This step-by-step guide explains how to choose a management consultant or trainer
for your organisation.
Human resources consultancies have become invaluable to businesses looking for improvements
and efficiencies in their operations. This report explores the issues surrounding
how you might go about selecting and using a consultant, examining the risks involved
in the venture, fitting the consultant to the task, setting fees and evaluating work.
If you are in business and looking to hire a consultant, this report will be useful
There are a number of reasons for using consultants. These include the provision
of interim or temporary services or specialist expertise such as recruitment, performance
management or career or talent development.
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Consulting work may also include more substantial involvement with change, either
just at the diagnostic stage or throughout the change process. There are different
modes of consulting, of which the process mode is preferable whenever problems are
at all complex.
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Consultants are often called in initially for their specific expertise but many find
that, even in this case, diagnosis is important, and there are often follow-on opportunities
for broader organisational development. This report looks at strategic HR consulting
where the consultant brings an external perspective which could not be obtained in
any other way.
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