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How to Hire a Consultant

The leaves are turning, the air is crisp, and strategic planning is in the air. When it comes to small business, many companies opt to hire a consultant to assist with the planning process. An outside resource can bring a fresh perspective, expertise on the process of planning, and allow the participants to focus on the planning itself instead of the mechanics behind it. If you are looking at bringing in an outside resource, here are some things to consider.

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What People are Saying


"Our confidence with the growth we are experiencing has gone through the roof. What you are doing is exactly what I had hoped for."

-Kevin Dhaliwal, President
Essence Properties Inc.

Quick Tips


If you have 3 minutes
Still having trouble deciding? Check out Steven Johnson's advice in the New York Times.

If you have 5 minutes
If it doesn't work out and you have to let someone go, try David Siegel's advice in HBR on A More Humane Approach to Firing People.

If you have all day October 23.
Join us at The Art of Leadership and use this link to save $50. Let us know you're coming! We'd love to see you there.

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Kickstart Your Management Training

 

Managers are not born, they're made. Spaces are limited so reserve your seat now for 2019's Management Training Program that is sure to take you, your managers, and those slated for promotion to the next level. With Bellrock, it's all about the implementation - pre-work, homework and individual coaching are all hallmarks of this unique and effective program. The Canada Jobs Grant opens October 1, 9am. Don't delay!

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