Flawless Consulting Skills

Are you in a position to influence others, but have no authority to make changes or implement programs?  If so, then you meet the definition of a consultant as found in Peter Block’s book, Flawless Consulting.

Over the years, I have trained thousands of people in internal consulting skills. Most of them did not see themselves as consultants, yet had questions about how to relate to the people (Clients) they served inside the organization.

If you are not sure that you are an internal consultant, follow this link…

And if you are, here are the seven most frequently asked question that I am asked about becoming an internal consultant with impact and influence:

1   How do I build trusting relationships?

2   How do I move from a transactional (doing everything) role and into a partnership (strategic) role?

3   What are the right questions to ask clients to get results?

4   How do I get clients to be clear about their expectations?

5   How do I deal with difficult clients, handle pushback and resistance?

6   How do I get my recommendations accepted and used by my clients??

7   How do I show my value, credibility, expertise to my client?

If you would like to develop your internal consulting skills, please contact me at clfields@snet.net.

I am Affiliated with Designed Learning and can offer you any of the Flawless Consulting SkillsSM workshops.

For more information about the workshops, visit our website at www.designedlearning.com.