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Most professional services and consulting organizations prioritize the technical expertise of their personnel—but those aren’t the only skills worth developing. Sometimes, a Professional Services consultant can have incredible intellect with less than stellar client interaction.
 
When a PS organization can enhance the “soft skills” of its PS consultants, it can ultimately drive more value to the client, as well as lead to more repeatable business for the PS organization.
 
In this guide you will learn:
 
       •The importance of balancing strong technical expertise with strong soft skills
 
       •How mentorship can help a PS practitioner create a lasting bond with a client
 
       •An in-depth look at the “Soft Skill Pyramid” infographic – key for navigating the         professional development of your team
 
       •The benefits of proactively addressing skill development to create a well         rounded consultant
 
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Most professional services and consulting organizations prioritize the technical expertise of their personnel—but those aren’t the only skills worth developing. Sometimes, a Professional Services consultant can have incredible intellect with less than stellar client interaction.

 

When a PS organization can enhance the “soft skills” of its PS consultants, it can ultimately drive more value to the client, as well as lead to more repeatable business for the PS organization.

 

In this guide you will learn:

 

 •The importance of balancing strong technical expertise with strong soft skills

 

 •How mentorship can help a PS practitioner create a lasting bond with a client

 

 •An in-depth look at the “Soft Skill Pyramid” infographic – key for navigating the professional development of your team

 

 •The benefits of proactively addressing skill development to create a well-rounded consultant

 

<i>Note: By entering your information you agree to be contacted by Digiday and its partners.