The Consultant's Round Table:
Presenting the Consultant’s Round Table, June 8th, 7:30 AM
New for 2018
your Round Table
New Day : 2nd Friday, June 8th
New Content: Subject to be announced
Consultants with a client pipeline share systemic approaches for earning referrals and inspiring client testimonials on
Friday, June 8th at the Consultant's Workshop 7:30 A.M. CT at the Telos Club in Dallas
Join the discussion on how to gain and leverage referrals and testimonials.
Background: "New client acquisition" was the top issue named in a 2018 IMC-DFW poll of senior, mid-career and novice consultants to management. Consultants at the April round table explored the challenge of finding, attracting and acquiring new clients. Colleagues with a full client pipeline led an in-depth discussion in May on what it takes to engage new clients and how to cultivate new client opportunities through networking. Colleagues left with the zeal to optimize networking time and energy.
On June 8, our round table of consultant peers will tackle the art and science of gaining referrals and client testimonials. This round table workshop is a safe space to share and get feedback from your peers.
David Wuensch, a sales and sales management executive, leads the discussion. Prior to founding EPOCH Sales Management in 2012, he served as strategic thinker and problem solver in the telecom industry. David combines his passion for selling, sales management and his desire to help people grow. He’s a West Point Graduate, served as Artillery Officer in Germany and Kentucky, and cycles as a hobby.
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|Cost per session:
$15 for members, $25 for non-members
(includes continental breakfast; please bring cash or check)
Members may now bring guests and pay the member rate for them.
The member must register and pay for the guest.
You don't want to miss this outstanding roundtable. Come join the conversation.
The DFW Chapter of the Institute of Management Consultants supports the management consulting community in North Texas, neighboring regions and adjacent states. The Consultant's Workshops meets monthly to help consultants grow their practices.