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Eight Tips on How to Choose a Consultant

Be ready for the bad news. And the good news.

Once you hire a consultant, you owe it to yourself to pay attention to their recommendations.

Be willing to extend deadlines, but not too willing. If the consultant can’t meet the goals he agreed to, learn why. There may be a good reason to revise your timetable. Or not.

Evaluate all suggestions and ideas before you implement them. Meet with your management team or employees and make realistic adjustments.

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