Recruiting

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Consultants Consultant: Recruiting? Here are some interesting links if you’re looking: top 22 questions for candidates top 6 questions for candidates how to answer the top 5 questions as a candidate what to ask the employer if you’re recruiting best practices in recruiting recruiting for start ups innovative job ads Seth Godin on recruiting […]. The post Recruiting appeared first on Consultants' Consultant.

Big Banks move internship recruiting back – what it means for consulting internship recruiting

Management Consulted

The potential for spring internship recruiting madness is over – at least temporarily. Earlier this week, Wall Street titans Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan announced (mercifully) that undergrad internship recruiting would move back from Sophomore spring to the fall of … Continue Reading. The post Big Banks move internship recruiting back – what it means for consulting internship recruiting appeared first on Management Consulted.

Will Tech Consulting experience help me in recruiting for Strategy Consulting?

Management Consulted

It’s a question we get asked all the time: How do strategy firms (or practices) see tech consulting experience? If your main goal is strategy consulting, will this experience help or hurt come recruiting season? appeared first on Management Consulted.

Can a Recruiter Help Me Find Consulting?

David A Fields

Should I use a recruiter to help me with this?…See …See my response in the Solo Consultant’s Network. The post Can a Recruiter Help Me Find Consulting? Consultants Relationships agreements Connections Marketing positioning.

Recruiting versus reality

Tom Spencer

Consulting firms are very good at selling themselves to potential recruits. In this post, I explore the other side of the value propositions presented by consulting firms during the recruiting process: “You will be exposed to a wide range of problems and industries”.

Strategy consulting 2018 compensation survey

Consultants Mind

Management consultants make good coin. Think, 14% of Harvard’s undergraduate class go into consulting. Charles Aris – executive recruiter out of North Carolina – do a great job of placing ex-strategy consultants. It would be silly to think otherwise.

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2019 Management Consulting Salaries for Undergraduates, MBAs/PhDs, & Interns

Management Consulted

Welcome to 2019, and our annual management consulting salaries report! The consulting industry has been evolving rapidly over the last few years. Consulting business models have adapted as firms respond to their clients’ needs for digital solutions, advanced analytics, and AI. The post 2019 Management Consulting Salaries for Undergraduates, MBAs/PhDs, & Interns appeared first on Management Consulted.

Data-Driven Recruiting (Part 1 – Networking)

Tom Spencer

As consultants (or those recruiting to be consultants), we’re asked to handle and analyze vast amounts of information. However, while recruiting, how many of us actually pursue a data-driven approach to getting an interview? Before the Interview consulting careers

Recruiters speak: 14 things all college graduates need to know

Consultants Mind

The post Recruiters speak: 14 things all college graduates need to know appeared first on Consultant's Mind. Learning Consulting Mindset InterviewAt the Goizueta Business School we offer a 3 week business boot camp for non-business majors here.

What Do Consultant’s Actually Do?

Management Consulted

What do consultant’s actually do? Listen to Jenny Rae as she shed’s light on what you could expect to do as a management consultant. The post What Do Consultant’s Actually Do? appeared first on Management Consulted. business consulting consulting news consulting questions consulting recruiting consulting resources life as a consultantIt might seem odd, but that’s actually a common question.

Consulting Firms: Networking The Non-Sleazy Way

Management Consulted

Consulting Firms: Networking the Non-Sleazy Way Consulting firms are famous black boxes with armies of Brooks Brother adorned management consultants that are unapproachable. The thought of consulting firms networking can seem like a pretty daunting task. The post Consulting Firms: Networking The Non-Sleazy Way appeared first on Management Consulted.

How To Become A Consultant From A Legal Background

Management Consulted

How to become a consultant from a legal background – our explainer video – will show those who have been in the legal field (either in law school or as a full-time lawyer) how to transition to management consulting. The post How To Become A Consultant From A Legal Background appeared first on Management Consulted. consulting recruiting legal consulting

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Data Driven Recruiting (Part 2 – Invite-Only Events)

Tom Spencer

Welcome back to the data driven recruiting series! Taking one consulting company (company ten in Chart 6 below), students who were invited to an invite-only event got invited to interview 57% more than those who weren’t invited. Before the Interview consulting careers

Consulting vs. Venture Capital

Management Consulted

Consulting vs. Venture Capital. The post Consulting vs. Venture Capital appeared first on Management Consulted. consulting recruitingA couple years ago, over the most delicious pizza in Cambridge, I was having a conversation with a Harvard undergrad after one of our workshops. His dilemma? He had summered at Bain and was debating between … Continued.

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Spinning your Story: How to break into consulting with a non-consulting internship

Management Consulted

You’re already over halfway through college and just found out management consulting is your dream career. You think of all the people you know who have been planning their path for breaking into consulting since they were 12 years old, … Continued. The post Spinning your Story: How to break into consulting with a non-consulting internship appeared first on Management Consulted. consulting internship consulting recruiting

5 Questions to ask when deciding between consulting offers

Management Consulted

The post 5 Questions to ask when deciding between consulting offers appeared first on Management Consulted. consulting recruitingIt’s that time of year again. February: the month of the sell weekend. Many of you have received multiple incredible offers, but how do you decide which firm is the right fit for you? We’ve been through the process before, … Continued.

BCG Careers vs Working At Bain or McKinsey

Management Consulted

In this video, Jenny Rae focuses not on Bain Case Interviews like in some of our other videos, but on culture- what’s it’s like to work for Boston Consulting Group. The post BCG Careers vs Working At Bain or McKinsey appeared first on Management Consulted. Consulting Firms consulting recruiting management consulting McKinsey ConsultingBCG careers are distinctive vs competitors Bain and McKinsey.

How Geography Affects Where Elite Consulting Firms Recruit

Harvard Business

Research has shown that attending an elite university can make or break a student’s chances of being recruited by the best firms ( whether or not that strategy makes sense for firms ). Why not just recruit the best students from all the top schools in Pennsylvania?

Top tier consulting compensation = good coin

Consultants Mind

Charles Aris is an executive recruiting firm based in N Carolina that specializes in placing top-tier consultants into industry. Take a look at their 2017 strategy consulting compensation study here. In true consulting firm, their survey has a large sample size (900+ data points) from more than… Read More » The post Top tier consulting compensation = good coin appeared first on Consultant's Mind.

The Top 8 Undergrad Consulting Majors

Management Consulted

As consulting has become more popular (frantically so), we are getting increasing numbers of emails from undergrads – and even high schoolers – begging the question – if you want to break into consulting, what should you major in – and what majors are deal-breakers? Here at MC, we’re always looking for new ways to help you land your dream consulting job. and Global MBA programs for consulting by looking at undergrads.

Volunteer Consulting: The Ultimate Consulting Career Gut Check and Primer

Tom Spencer

Compensation for your volunteer consulting work is at an exciting zero. Yet for graduate students seriously considering a consulting career without prior professional consulting experience, I would strongly recommend it. Making Sure Consulting is a Good Fit.

The Barriers to Recruiting and Employing Digital Talent

Harvard Business

Because these firms tend to have slim margins and cannot pay Silicon Valley salaries, many have had to get creative in their recruiting and employee development. For example, in Berlin alone, the list includes Axel Springer, Bayer, Lufthansa, McKinsey, Boston Consulting Group, EON, RWE, Deutsche Bahn, Metro and ProSieben — all have established accelerator programs that aim to cultivate an entrepreneurial mindset and disrupt existing business models.

The Anatomy of a Networking Email – Getting noticed the non-sleazy way

Management Consulted

Even more than the words “case interview,” there is perhaps no more dreaded word in the consulting world than “networking.” The post The Anatomy of a Networking Email – Getting noticed the non-sleazy way appeared first on Management Consulted. consulting networking consulting recruiting” The word carries a sleazy, selfish connotation, but the truth – like it or not – is that networking is … Continue Reading.

East Coast Speaking Tour: Recruiting In A Down Market

Management Consulted

We’re scheduling a trip to the East Coast next week to speak at schools about recruiting for finance and consulting. Some of the topics we’ll discuss include: What you can do to enhance your chances of breaking into finance and consulting in a poor economy.

Management Consulting versus Investment Banking

Management Consulted

Banking salaries average 50-100% higher than consulting salaries , with the difference increasingly significant as your seniority increases. Consulting compensates with perks that banking does not offer – from better travel allowances to more generous health and retirement packages.

Dinged From MBB Consulting Firms – Now What?

Management Consulted

If you’re new to consulting, it won’t take you long to discover that MBB firms are insanely competitive. Consulting firms want to see that you’ve been “professionalized,” and also that you’re able to handle a high-pressure, fast-paced, business environment with long work hours. In addition, having a finance internship under your belt shows that you’ve got the necessary quant skills to succeed in consulting. consulting recruiting

5 Ways Tech Consulting differs from Strategy Consulting

Management Consulted

Last week, we explored how Tech consulting experience can hurt you when it comes to applying for more strategy-focused roles, and how to mitigate this during the recruiting process. While tech consulting is incredibly meaningful work (not to mention the … Continued. The post 5 Ways Tech Consulting differs from Strategy Consulting appeared first on Management Consulted. management consulting

Can I go from Teach for America to Consulting?

Management Consulted

Today, we’re here to talk about a little known path into management consulting – transitioning over to the industry from Teach for America. Many of you have heard of Teach for America, but for those of you haven’t, TfA recruits the best and brightest undergraduate students to teach in low-income school districts for two years after they complete their undergrad studies. The post Can I go from Teach for America to Consulting? consulting recruiting

2018 ExperienceBain TECH

Management Consulted

The post 2018 ExperienceBain TECH appeared first on Management Consulted. consulting recruitingDoes the intersection of tech and business strategy excite you? Does harnessing the effect of tech innovation on business get you out of bed in the morning? Then Bain is calling you – provided you are a 1st year MBA … Continued.

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McKinsey Global Connect

Management Consulted

It’s no secret – a majority of the growth multinational companies (and consulting firms) are experiencing is directly attributed to their work in emerging markets. The post McKinsey Global Connect appeared first on Management Consulted. consulting recruitingHaving recognized this, McKinsey is launching a brand new event – McKinsey Global Connect. This … Continued.

Non-Target School Applicant Looking to Break into Consulting in Chicago

Management Consulted

Stephanie is a non-target school applicant looking to break into consulting in Chicago. It’s a high-level career path guidance session (or resume review/networking advice session) with an ex-MBB consultant. Stephanie graciously allowed us to share her session with you, so those of you in a similar situation – coming from a non-target school but looking to break into consulting – can pick up the same tips from Jenny Rae that she did. consulting recruiting

3 Ways Management Consulting Applications Differ from Traditional Ones

Management Consulted

If you’ve been around the management consulting industry for any amount of time at all, you know how different of a beast it really is to conquer than nearly any other industry. That’s not to say it’s not worth it: we happen to believe that consulting is right for almost anyone, and the cross-functional experience and skills building is unmatched in any other part of business. But how do you do that when you’ve never applied for a consulting role before?

3rd Degree to 1st: 3 Secrets to Effective Networking for Consulting

Management Consulted

Recruiting season is a busy time for everyone. We know one recruiter from Deloitte who attended 56 recruiting events … Continued. The post 3rd Degree to 1st: 3 Secrets to Effective Networking for Consulting appeared first on Management Consulted. consulting networkingResume version files continue to populate on your computer, and the stack of business cards on your desk only gets higher.

3 strategies to apply for U.S. consulting jobs from European business schools

Management Consulted

based consulting firms. And for good reason: the San Francisco Bay Area is the tech capital of the world, and almost every consulting firm and Fortune 500 client is based in the U.S. consulting jobs from European business schools? There are a few things you can do now to position yourself for a consulting job in the U.S. offices of consulting firms won’t typically take international interns, other types of companies aren’t always as strict.

Hot Consulting Jobs – January 30, 2015

The Clever Consultant

Here’s a roundup of some interesting consulting job opportunities for week #4 of 2015. Are you a recruiter or hiring manager looking for great consultants? Consulting Jobs Looking to take the next step? Want a fresh start? Some are full time, others are contract work. Just click here and we’ll help you spread the word, free of […].

Why consulting?

Management Consulted

Last week we held an MC exclusive subscriber giveaway contest – entrants told us in 200 words or less how they became interested in consulting. Interview tip: Consultants love epiphany answers. The key is to keep the focus on consulting and not let yourself get overly personal.

Conversation with L.E.K. Consulting

Tom Spencer

I recently had the opportunity to communicate with Janine Clifford, Recruitment & HR Manager at L.E.K. Consulting. Consulting is a global management consulting firm that uses deep industry expertise and analytical rigor to help clients solve their most critical business problems.

Interviewing Consultants: A How-To Guide

The Thirsty Dog

This post by Jason Price can be seen at The Thirsty Dog Blog - Seattle's Finest Blog on Business and Consulting by Jason Price. Many consultants are trained to become experts at the interview. Here's a quick how-to guide on interviewing consultants and picking the best. The post Interviewing Consultants: A How-To Guide appeared first on The Thirsty Dog Blog.

Fixing the Recruiting and Retention Problems in Britain’s NHS

Harvard Business

One of the reasons for the current lackluster response is that the NHS is increasingly struggling to recruit and retain its health workforce. ” If accepted, the newly graduated doctors undertake two years of junior foundation training, then enter specialist training schemes to train either as a “general practitioner” (also called a GP or family physician) or a hospital specialist, also known as a “consultant.”

Should Consultants Take Long-Term Contracts?

David A Fields

A consultant asked me the following question: I occasionally receive emails from recruiters on long-term contract opportunities which I can do. Here’s the answer I gave the consultant: This falls into the category of “bread & butter business.” Consultants subcontracting