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Business Development Professional Services.
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Custom designed on-line databases
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Reasons to hire a consultant:
1. A consultant may be hired to identify problems. Sometimes employees are too close to a problem inside an organization to identify it. That's when a consultant rides in on a white horse to save the day. Well maybe the horse is a little over the top, but you get the idea.
2. A consultant may be hired to supplement the staff. Sometimes a business discovers that it can save thousands of dollars a week by hiring consultants when they are needed, rather than hiring full-time employees. Businesses realize they save additional money by not having to pay benefits for consultants they hire. Even though a consultant's fees are generally higher than an employee's salary, over the long haul, it simply makes good economic sense to hire a consultant.
3. A consultant may be hired to act as a catalyst. Let's face it. No one likes change, especially corporate America. But sometimes change is needed, and a consultant may be brought in to "get the ball rolling." In other words, the consultant can do things without worrying about internal issues, that get in the way when an organization is trying to institute change.
4. A consultant may be hired to provide much-needed objectivity. Who else is more qualified to identify a problem than a consultant? A good consultant provides an objective, fresh viewpoint--without worrying about internal corporate politics.
5. A consultant may be hired to teach. A consultant may be asked to teach employees any number of different skills. Particularly elements of a skill that may be very market or customer specific, such as business development. It's good to have Program Management Professionals, but do they know how to best market your company?
6. A consultant may be hired to do the work that your staff would not find enjoyable.
7. A consultant may be hired to bring new life to an organization. At one time or another, most businesses need someone to administer "a shot in the arm" to get things rolling again.
9. A consultant may be hired to define strategy for a new business area, or for branding your current organization.
10. A consultant may be hired to help influence people.
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