Consulting can lead to long-lasting outcomes for your client and you
Being an external consultant can be a rewarding and fulfilling career choice. Not only do consultants get to work with different businesses, but they also have the chance to use their knowledge and expertise to help them achieve success. Consultants are well-positioned to offer solutions that address companies’ specific needs and objectives, which can lead to more successful and long-lasting outcomes.
Consultants are often highly sought after due to their specialized skills, knowledge, and experience. Companies that are looking for an external consultant typically need assistance with projects such as:
- Change management
- Employee engagement and retention issues
- Strategy development and implementation
- and much more
An external consulting role can also be highly advantageous for the consultant themselves, as it allows them to utilize their skills and experience in a more flexible environment.
Growth opportunities for consultants
The consulting profession offers many professional growth opportunities. By taking on consulting roles with different businesses, consultants can gain valuable insight into different industries and business models. This can help them hone their consulting skills and increase their value to potential clients. It also provides a great opportunity to network with other consulting professionals and potentially build relationships that could lead to new consulting engagements.
Some successful consultants in our network
The Powered by Purple Ink network has several consultants in it who have built successful consulting businesses serving a wide array of businesses with varied types of engagements. Some of these successful consultants are:
- Mike Stone, non-profit strategic planning and consulting
- Rachel Pritz, leadership coaching and consulting
- Chris Mayfield, organizational development and change management consulting
- Kurt Schoch, organizational development coach and consulting
- Whitney Bandemer, project management and organizational development consulting
- Cheryl Taylor, non-profit board governance and program evaluation
- Diane Brown, organizational development and change management consulting
- Jason LeDuc, leadership coaching and strategy consulting
- Liesel Mertes, Culture building and leadership coaching
Consulting is a unique and rewarding career path
Overall, consulting is a unique career path that can offer many rewards and challenges. By becoming an external consultant, individuals can leverage their skills and experience to help businesses achieve success while developing professionally in the process. With the right training and support, consulting can be a highly rewarding and fulfilling career choice.