Questions for our next Career Opportunities Guest - John Braheny - May 8
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Turning one consulting client into many
Tonight I posted this career-related story over on the Friends in Tech blog.
Turning one consulting client into many
Sometimes we plan deeply and then take concerted action to build a computer consulting career. At other times, good fortune just seems to fall into our laps. That said, it doesn't mean that you can't learn something from my good, if somewhat accidental, fortune.
It is a natural part of any consulting business that you often make clients of people who once worked for you. In my case, a contractor who remodeled part of our house has hired me several times over the last few years to maintain his office and home computers. When he launched a new endeavor, running a high-end photo studio, he called me in once again.Continue reading at Friends in Tech
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Re-Cap of Manager Tools Effective Manager Conference with Steve Holden
In this interview, fellow Friends in Tech
member, Steve Holden, host of Tech News Radio
, gives us a re-cap of the Manager Tools Effective Manager Conference
. Steve attended this conference in Washington, DC last week and has some interesting thoughts to share.Next Friday: April 27, 2007: Change -- one small step at a timeEnter Dancing with Elephants "Let Them Hear You!" Contest
Win an iPod Shuffle!
is an excellent podcast on how to become an effective manager and I have highlighted it here in Career Opportunities in the past.
Hosts, Michael Auzenne and Mark Horstman offer this description of the show on their web site...
"Manager Tools is a weekly podcast focused on helping you become a more effective manager and leader. Each week we’ll be talking about new tools and easy techniques you can use to help achieve your management and career objectives. If you’re tired of a lot of management theory and would rather learn specific actions you can take TODAY to improve your management performance, we think you’ll enjoy the manager tools podcast."
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