To put it simply, getting a business consultant is all about performance improvement. Maybe you are falling behind your tasks. Maybe your efforts are yielding mediocre results. Maybe you are getting the results you want, but it is at the expense of personal time. These are all work performance issues, and they are among the areas where a business consultant can help.
Yes, a consultant is different. Though there are similarities between the two, a company trainer is more involved in upskilling employees with job-specific technical know-how. On the other hand, a consultant can help a client develop an impressive work-ethic that will allow him/her to execute his/her skills and responsibilities fully.
Yes, a consultant is different. There are also similarities between the two. But an adviser is hired to come up with solutions for operational problems at a departmental or organizational level. A consultant works at an individual level, helping clients with their performance.
Again there are similarities but ultimately they are different. A mentor may share new knowledge with the mentee but the learning can be unstructured. On the other hand, a consultant is obligated to provide objective guidance, feedback, and support following a custom-developed plan.
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