Giving back to another generation across the USA with life-changing experiences.
Rudy Miick made this 30 second video to let you know what his Innovation Talk on May 18 is all about.
Whether you are just starting out or a seasoned professional our amazing team of members and part-time volunteers are committed to helping you build your management consulting business We take our convictions and turn them into action. Yes, we are headquartered here in the upper left corner but we work with folks across the USA. Get in touch for more information!
We're a feisty breed of guys and gals with experience ranging from start up to over a quarter century. The chapter is part of the National Institute of Management Consultants which asked us to take on chapter activities here in the Pacific Northwest and with members at large across North America . We've consistently grown recently, all thanks to the helping hands of this amazing community!
We focus on making the maximum positive effort for our community. Using data driven models, we provide solutions that make a long-lasting difference. We reach out to, attract and mentor members of varying ages diverse ethnicities, national origins, and fields of expertise to provide a forum to showcase and share the knowledge and capabilities of new and seasoned consultants.
International Keynoter will present the findings of his 17th annual Consultant Marketing Survey and how you can build your business based on the findings.
Come prepared to learn more about Emotional Intelligence. Jo brings her experience based view on the subject to you with delightful stories and examples from her thriving practice.
Ken will show us how how we can transform ourselves and our companies into “thoughtleaders” and take our practices and business to the next level.
His book is a guide to the processes it takes to have a successful consulting practice. From his vast experience he will be talking about Marketing Strategy, Maturity and the Adoption of Innovation.
How to make mentoring work for
Author, technologist, cloud and cybersecurity professional
How to handle difficult clients and situations served up with a chuckle.
Introduction You get 3 to 5 minutes in a chapter meeting to introduce yourself, establish your brand and generate interest in your capabilities for referrals, recommendations and strategic partnerships. We will post a video of your self-introduction on the web site.
Innovation Your chance to share something you have discovered with members at a monthly meeting. The stage is yours for 7 to 10 minutes to share your intellectual property with colleagues that will "get it." Experts tell us that the most remembered presentations are a combination of just three key points wrapped in a story or two. if you are scheduled for an Innovation Talk we may use oll or part of this to promote that event. Yes, it will be posted on the web site.
Inside Track A longer form presentation, Live, virtual or hybrid, when we can again meet in person, but because of the territory we serve probably mostly virtual. Webinars ore okay but our members prefer a more interactive approach. We even have volunteers that will assist you in that regard. Time frame is your choice from 30 to 60 minutes but we recommend no more than 45 minutes including Q&A due to "Zoom Fatigue." Posted on the Web site.
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