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A good consultant is not unlike a personal trainer. The client's best interest is at the root of the consultant's advice. Always advice based on knowledge and experience.

Some business solutions may be learned on the job. Others need rigorous formal training. Yet others require personal traits that are difficult to develop: leadership, vision, intuition and business sense.

A good consultant has been there and knows what the job feels like. Such life experience is hard to learn from books, but it can be useful when teaching others.

Some corporate customers think that hiring a consultant is an admission of defeat. Far from it, smart business leaders find talent where talent lies, and make good use of it.


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Updated: August 14, 2015