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Independent Consultant Resources

We are delighted to welcome you to the Independent Consultants Resources page. Here you will find links to eBooks and sales enablement tools to help you provide your clients with the best possible learning and development experience. These tools are just the start so please bookmark this page to check for more resources in the future.

 

eBooks

Assessments and Evaluations

Career Exploration Resources

Sales Presentations

Other Practitioner Resources

 

eBooks

These are the first of what we hope will be a series of eBooks to help you in positioning yourself for success as an independent consultant in your niche market. We hope both new and experienced consultants find some key takeaways to apply in their work.

 

    • eBook - Tips for Independent Consultants
    • eBook - Tips for Independent Consultants
    • As an independent consultant, you’ll often have to wear several different hats in your work with clients. Sometimes you might actually be working as a consultant, but other times as a coach and still other times as a facilitator. This eBook is designed to help you understand when and how to work in these different roles.
    • eBook - Going beyond the Myers-Briggs assessment
    • eBook - Going beyond the Myers-Briggs® assessment to serve your clients
    • Whether you’re working with individuals or with teams, The Myers-Briggs Company family of assessments will support your work in many different areas, including selection and recruitment, team and leadership development and executive coaching. This eBook will help you decide which of The Myers-Briggs Company assessments is the right one for each application. and your clients?
    • eBook - 7 Critical Competencies For Effective,Productive Leaders
    • eBook - 7 Critical Competencies For Effective,Productive Leaders PLAYBOOK
    • We know that different kinds of organisations and vertical markets require specific qualities of leadership. However,there are universal competencies that are essential for leading people effectively, regardless of the kind of work you may perform or the kind of people you are managing. Seven of these competencies are described in this leadership playbook based upon CPI 260® scale descriptions.

 

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Assessments and Evaluations

 

    • Your Needs
    • Your Needs
    • Use this matrix to guide you on the best assessments to use with your clients based upon the application. The list of applications here is not exhaustive and we would be happy to talk with you on your specific needs to ensure the optimal outcome from your program.
    • Coaching Needs Analysis
    • Coaching Needs Analysis
    • Use these questions to help guide your initial coaching session with clients. Note that as your session progresses, you may need to add to or change the flow of the conversation based on the responses.
    • Team Needs Assessment
    • Team Needs Assessment
    • This Needs Assessment will help you pinpoint the areas of focus required to improve team performance in your clients' organisations.

 

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Career Exploration Resources

This short video is a useful preamble for those of you in the careers advisory and coaching fields, providing a starting point for helping students, or people looking for a change, to find a career in which they can thrive. It is also an excellent reminder for all of us to be happy in what we do at work.

 

 

    • Tips for Interpreting Challenging Profiles on the Strong Assessment
    • Tips for Interpreting Challenging Profiles on the Strong Interest Inventory® Assessment
    • While interpreting students’ (or other clients’) results from the Strong Interest Inventory® assessment, have you ever come across a “challenging” profile? Two of the most common types we encounter are “elevated” and “flat” Profiles. Even though they don’t occur often, they seem even more challenging because we aren’t as experienced in interpreting them.feedback. This Tip Sheet provides some strategies to work through these challenges.
    • Tips Sheet: Career Development Includes Life Outside the Workplace
    • Tips Sheet: Career Development Includes Life Outside the Workplace
    • Careers span a lifetime, but a career does not encapsulate one's whole life. Thus it’s important that career development plans align with values and interests, such as time with family, vacation, hobbies and volunteer activities related to professions or community. That alignment can help you help your clients achieve greater work–life balance. There are many skills that can be learned and practised outside of a corporate environment by volunteering in the community. This Tip Sheet includes just a few examples.

 

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Sales Presentations

Coming soon!

 

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Other Practitioner Resources

Don't forget that there are many other resources already available to you, including Case Studies, Research and White Papers, eBooks and Practitioner Tip Sheets. Please click here for more.

 

Please contact us if you have questions about any of these resources.

 

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