Even the best connected individuals can find themselves twiddling their thumbs in-between jobs, but the smartest professionals are beginning to think differently.
Tens of thousands of specialists are turning to the future of consultancy – an online platform that matches their skills, knowledge and experience with the businesses who sorely need them. Here’s why you should too:
It’s like adding yourself to the little black book of thousands of top-ranking businesses and HR directors worldwide, tapping in to a network of those in need of the skills you can provide, operating in the countries and sectors you know best.
The savvy consultant can dip in and out as they choose, opting only to work on short-term projects that deliver one specific result, or signing up for longer contracts that will see them central to the growth and evolution of a business. It’s not about changing the way you work, just changing the way you find it.
Executive-level experience is coveted by businesses who lack the right full-time staff for the goal at hand. Your track record and verifiable experience will speak for itself, and being part of a fully-vetted talent pool will fast-track their confidence in your candidacy for the project.
Handing over the introductions to someone else gives you more time to focus on the quality of your work. You’re only contacted when a project matches your specific skills, offered by a business that can afford you. All you need to do then is deliver.
Talmix matches the sharpest minds and deepest thinkers in the independent workforce with smart businesses. Find out how you can join our consultant network.
About the Author
Rob has worked in marketing, journalism and SEO for over a decade, operating across b2b and b2c businesses in sectors as diverse as procurement, fine art, law, architecture, literature and financial services. His agency Blackledge & Sandall works with market leaders and award winning artists on anything from website redesigns to print advertising. Out of hours, you can find him wielding a guitar on stage, getting thumped in the boxing ring, or more often than not binge-watching television with his wife and cat.