Consulting skills and talents they do not teach you in business school
Imagine you could learn the techniques taught by the world’s top consulting firms such as McKinsey and BCG without ever working at a firm! What if you could put yourself in a position to earn a 6-figure salary, not to mention maximize the efficiency of any business interests you have, all from the comfort of your own home?
Management consulting involves identifying and suggesting important changes to what a company does and how they do it—developing a working strategic plan and guiding its execution with optimum effectiveness.
A good consultant can really make a difference in the way corporations are managed. That’s why if you feel that’s your calling, then you owe it to yourself and to businesses everywhere to make it happen
My goal in this program is to help you improve your day to day operations, career and yourself, so I will show you tips and procedures that we use in management consulting industry, and ones that I frequently share with my clients and students. Management consulting skills always evolving, and sometimes it’s hard to find the tricks that really works. If you are a management consultant or other business consulting professional, there is a good chance that using these top hard and soft skills at top consulting firms is a primary part of your everyday work.
You can see why management consulting is a growing field very much in demand in today’s marketplace.
College graduates with management consulting degrees receive offers from top firms with compensation approaching or exceeding $90,000 in their first year alone. Experienced management consultants can earn well over six figures – and that’s not accounting for bonuses. And while these consultants are helping companies improve their bottom lines—and being compensated nicely for their efforts – certain consulting techniques can be applied to individual problems, allowing you to employ what you learn to improve your business and personal life.
- Management consulting basics
- Solving consulting cases
- Problem solving skills
- Communication strategies
- Project management
- Interpersonal skills
- Industry analysis
- Company analysis
- Product strategies
- Process improvement