The Consultants Practice Specialty (CPS) has helped contribute to the profession by providing technical assistance in a variety of areas, both as external consultants to their clients and as internal consultants to their organizations. CPS strives to serve its members by keeping them abreast on technical information and providing information about the unique demands of running a business (i.e., marketing, accounting, insurance, etc.).
Please join us for our free Open Web Meeting.
Wednesday, February 22, 2017 (60 minutes)
12:00 pm EST; 11:00 am CST; 10:00 am MST; 9:00 am PST
Find out what’s going on in your Practice Specialty. This call will provide information on who we are, highlight recent activities, upcoming events, how to find information and resources, and how to get involved (volunteer, mentoring, network, etc.)
Have you ever wished you had a mentor, to help you understand the business aspects of running a consulting business? Are you in a position now where you could mentor someone just coming into the business. Our Open Call will explain the forthcoming CPS Mentoring Program. The goal of the CPS mentoring program is to connect mentors with mentees. This pairing is designed to encourage and empower mentees to more effectively advance their careers through alignment with identified business objective, skill development, career considerations, and networking.
Get your questions answered.
Join us for this short presentation with time for questions and discussion.
To register for Consultants Practice Specialty Open Web Meeting on Feb 22, 2017 11:00 AM CST at click here.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
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Consultants Business Development Guide
Although becoming a professional safety consultant may seem, at first glance, to be an ideal job, the reality can be quite different, and a lot more work than you originally imagined. The Consultants Business Development Guide will help you plan out and set up your consulting business, from what type of business you want to be (sole proprietor, partnership, or head of your own company), to how to evaluate your consulting business after the first year (and thereafter). Read more
Dealing With A Slow Income Stream
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Volunteer Advisory Committee
Administrator: Brian Hitt
Assistant Administrator: Carol Keyes
Content Coordinator: Kim Lyons
Secretary: Andy Johnson
Membership Chair: Greg Zigulis
Awards & Honors: Debby Shewitz and Deb Roy
Professional Development Chair: Abby Ferri
Body of Knowledge Chair: Dan Snyder
Website/Social Media Chair: Alexis Westin
Consultants Directory Taskforce: Debby Shewitz, Carol Robinson, Terry Grisim & David Smith
Nominations Committee: Terry Grisim
Mentoring Committee: Carol Robinson, Chris Ross and Dave Smith
Technical Question Coordinator: Carol Keyes
Other Technical Resources
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