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Thriving as an Introvert or Extrovert in Management Consulting: Part 2
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, 10th January 2020
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Part 2: What makes for a successful consultant and how to compensate for personality traits

In Part 1, we looked at the differences between introverts and extroverts and how they relate in the world of business. In this part, we dive into the characteristics that make for a great consultant. Regardless of your social preferences, there are preconceived stereotypes around both personality types, which is why we have provided some personal development tools for both traits.

What makes for a successful management consultant

What are the ideal characteristics of a successful management consultant? Do personality traits make sense when evaluating a person’s fitness for this sort of work? Perhaps a little, but not too much.

The Canadian Association of Management Consultants breaks down the necessary characteristics of a successful management consultant as follows: (...)

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