Panelists: Laura Dallas Burford and Joshua Greenberg
Program Producers: Charles Dormer and Ellen Marshall, IMC-Philadelphia and Michael Michalczyk, CCN
Date & Time: Wednesday, April 10th at The Cynwyd Club, Bala Cynwyd, PA
Networking, 5:30 PM; Dinner, 6:30 PM; Talk and Business Session, 7:30 PM
We live in a time where the world of work is changing. This poses both opportunity and challenges for consultants. Technology is driving change and transforming the current and future workplace - the type of work needed, the types of jobs available and the skills people need to fill those jobs. The job market is transforming employees from full-time to part-time as the “gig” economy grows. What can consultants do to navigate this “new normal?” How can consultants keep up their expertise to remain competitive in the new job market? What are the experiences of consultants in early, mid and late stages of their career? Can we make a good guess about the future of consulting?
In this presentation and panel discussion, we will examine what the future of consulting may be and how to keep a consulting business relevant and responsive to the changing needs and concerns of current and potential clients.
Laura Dallas Burford, MA, PMP leverages over thirty years of management consulting experience to help consultants and business leaders improve their consulting businesses. She does this by following her proprietary approach, The Consultant’s Model©, a model that integrates seven key knowledge areas resulting in building relationships with ideal clients and successfully delivering engagements.
Josh Greenberg, MBA is a proven business leader with more than 25 years of experience helping companies increase revenues and reduce churn by enhancing consumer engagement. Josh has accomplished this by blending technology, process and culture to craft consumer centric strategies, align organizational touch points, elicit actionable insights and deliver transformative capabilities.
Reservation: Fee,including dinner and non-alcoholic beverages, is $30 by reservation/cancellation deadline: Monday, Apr. 8th, 2019.