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How To Sell Consulting Services (Without “Selling Out”) With Andy Paul: Podcast #252

Consulting Success

What kind of sales approach are you implementing? Are you sure you’re building relationships with your buyers the right way? Join your host Michael Zipursky as he talks with Andy Paul about mastering the art of selling consulting services without selling out.

Inventor vs. Installer – The Clear Choice for Your Consulting Firm

David A Fields

Your consulting firm delivers creative solutions and excellent execution; thinking and implementation; fresh strawberries and whipped cream. Which of those should take priority (i.e., your time and resources) in order to win more clients?

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What / Who Is a Professional Independent Consultant?

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If you tell people you are a consultant, many of them will not understand that you are an independent professional in business for yourself. They have good reason to be confused.

Architect Your Business Joy with Jodee Peevor

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3 Areas that a leader can set examples at work

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The Risks of Having Too Many Project Resources

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Many of the issues facing project teams are the result of inadequate resources to successfully execute an initiative. Too few people to handle critical tasks, too little money to deal with the unexpected bumps and challenges that sometimes come along, and not enough time to get everything done.

Find the Right Pace for Your AI Rollout

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When IQ Matters (and When It Doesn’t)

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The Surprising Effects of Business Vs. Leisure Travel

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Competency Modeling: How to Define Success and Create a Solid Foundation for Organizational Growth

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When companies are trying to determine which L&D strategy is best for their organization, there are several potential models to follow. Some companies rely on gut feelings or intuition, allowing that to guide the coursework.

Shorten Team Feedback Loops with These Three Questions to Increase Throughput

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I see too many teams feel frustrated because their managers say the work takes “too long.” ” (The team feedback loop is the inside of the onion for how agile the organization can be. See Multiple Short Feedback Loops Support Innovation.). The longer the work takes, the more pressure managers exert on the team and the product leader. Teams and product leaders might exert pressure on themselves, too. But I mostly see external pressure.)

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Feeling Demotivated? Consider How Your Job Helps Others.

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Management Consulting Qualities to Invest In

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Resilient Organizations Make Psychological Safety a Strategic Priority

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Clever Side Hustles for Students and Aspiring Consultants

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326: Rohini Anand—Can Businesses Create Cultures Based On True Diversity, Equity and Inclusion?

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