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By: bhobart
August 13, 2013
Recently, I've been writing quite a bit about making career changes. I've offered some ideas and advice designed to help professionals make the right moves as they begin the next phases of their careers. In this blog post, I'd like to speak to those of you who might be feeling apprehension about moving forward. If you're wondering how to make a career change without turning your life upside-down, I've got some tips that can help you move forward confidently. The best way...
By: bhobart
August 8, 2013
In my last blog post, I talked about a couple of career change ideas that can help people who might be wondering how to step into a new career at midlife. My first piece of career change advice was that you don't have to reinvent yourself completely to find success at the midpoint of your professional life (or at any point in your career, for that matter). My second bit of advice was that you should think about taking a counterintuitive approach to finding a new career. Today, I'd like...
By: bhobart
August 5, 2013
Changing careers once you've reached the age of 40 can seem daunting, but it's not impossible. In fact, it's an incredibly smart move for many people who have reached the approximate midpoint of their lives. Unfortunately, a lot of mid career professionals simply aren't prepared with the proper mindset for changing careers. That's why I've come up with a couple of midlife career change ideas that can help you if you're ready to make a move. I happen to believe that a...
By: bhobart
July 31, 2013
In my last blog post, I wrote about the personal category of consulting tools. Tools like EQ, observational power and listening skills are crucial to your success as a consultant, and you can't ignore them if you want to provide results. Today, I'd like to get into more “concrete” and practical tools for consulting such as analytics, reports and assessments. As a consultant, you need to be able to get good, actionable information from a number of sources. Of course, you'...
By: bhobart
July 29, 2013
When I get asked about management consulting tools, I like to break the topic up into a couple of different categories. On one hand, you need to have tools that help you interact with others, listen to them and observe them from a unique perspective. On the other hand, you also require tools that help you work with the nuts and bolts of effective management consulting. I'll talk about those tools (analytics, reports, etc.) in my next blog post, but today, I want to tell you about the...

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