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9 Ways You Can Become An Exceptional IT Consultant [eBook]

9 Ways To Become an Exceptional IT Consultant

As an IT Consultant, you work hard on every contract you are placed on.  You work well with your team, keep your recruiting company happy and complete your contract.  While this is great, there are things you can do to make yourself stand out from the rest.  Exceptional consultants take advantage of their contract and make the most of it.  They position themselves as an invaluable resource to their recruiter and contracting company.  So, how can you step out of the norm and go above and beyond on your next contract?

Our eBook, “9 Ways You Can Become An Exceptional IT Consultant” outlines the skills and attributes you can use to become an valuable member of your IT team.  Below we’ve listed a sample from three of our nine ways:

  1. Use Your Experience: One of the biggest advantages to being a consultant is your varied experiences.  Working across many industries provides you with unique skills relating to team dynamics and technologies; an appealing attribute to an employer looking to hire you.
  2. Develop Soft Skills: Communication, presentation, conflict management and political savviness are key skills that can be gained by consulting.  Using skills such as these in your day-to-day job responsibilities will not only help your job performance but impress your employer.
  3. Keep Up To Date On Technology: The IT industry is ever changing.  This is a good and bad thing for IT consultants.  If you’re trained and certified on the latest and greatest technologies, you will be more desirable to potential hiring managers.

If you want to read more about these three and learn what the other six ways are, download our eBook here.  

By: Gary Moore

gmoore@r1consulting.com'

About Gary R. Moore

As President and Managing Partner of Resource 1, Gary not only runs the company, but he also markets to key clients and sets corporate direction.Gary has over forty years of IT experience, starting with fifteen years working for IBM and twenty-five with Resource 1.
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