Start a Consulting Business or Nonprofit Venture 2011-10-14T18:04:00+00:00
In-depth, individual on how to BECOME A MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT… START A NON-PROFIT… BECOME A SOCIAL ENTREPRENEUR… and more.
consultantBecome a Consultant

“Become a Management Consultant”: E-book alone or with CD-ROM 165 pages  $19.97 or $24.97 OR “Become a Business Consultant”: E-book or print with CD-ROM 277 pages  $29.97 or $34.97

Hundreds of thousands of men and women have carved out careers for themselves as general or highly specialized consultants serving business clients. Whether you want to be a management consultant or consult in a more specialized business area, one of these guides from FabJob can help you plot a path to success. Author Jennie S. Bev is a professional writer, MBA graduate and management consultant. In “Become a Management Consultant” she shares with you insider tips and expert advice from 15 leading management consultants, including several bestselling management authors. Craig Coolahan, a journalist, along with business consultant Marg Archibald, who has taught university courses on business consulting, and co-author Tag Goulet, a leading career expert who has consulted for multinational corporations and conducted business training programs for organizations such as American Management Association International, have written a comprehensive guide on becoming a business consultant. In this guide the authors share with you insider tips and expert advice from more than 20 successful consultants.

 

social entrepreneurBecome a Social Entrepreneur

E-book alone or with CD-ROM 117 pages  $29.97 or $34.97

Do you feel inspired to use your talents to help others? Would you like to change the world, or change the lives of a group of people? Do you feel passionate about the environment, human rights, education, literacy, health or another cause that benefits humanity? Now may be the time to start doing work you believe in by becoming a social entrepreneur and starting your own nonprofit business. This guide can help you understand the basics—including the challenges—of starting a nonprofit. You’ll find tips on raising money, gaining tax-exempt status, recruiting volunteers and hunting for government grants, plus a whole lot more.