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Management Consultancy Interviews

 
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Hello everyone
I'm sure you are all busy with work!
But, I was wondering if any of the consultants out there can help me.
I need to know what kind of questions you ask your clients on your first meeting with them. What kind of questions do you need to ask in order to find out what their problem is? Also, how do you go about building a relationship with your client and gain their trust?
Any information shared with me will be much appreciated.
 
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Stand and deliver would be about right!
 
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Hi,
First, you must be qualified yourself as a manager or someone in the supervisor role.
Second, study the body knowledge of that particular industry in-depth and field experience.
Third, paid attention to this industry link to another industries. How?
Fourth, aside from breaking the ice, you need to address that person/panel of person as if you want to interview them.

Management cares most is someone who organize and priortize times, multidimension, and confident. Those are the very traits that you pick up when you join the military. When push comes to shove, can you create a business from scratch. I see a lot falling like leaves in the autumn because they think just because he/she have had the military experience, he/she obviously is qualified as manager.
I know your question is management, but what is management, the group of decision makers running an organization. The most successful ones ended up as managers/higher.
Good Lucks,
MCao
[ February 13, 2004: Message edited by: Matt Cao ]
 
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