Liz Kislik is a management consultant and executive coach who started her own consulting firm over 30 years ago.
Liz works as a consultant, coach, and facilitator to help leaders move their companies and careers forward. She also shares her professional advice as a contributor to Harvard Business Review, Forbes, and Entrepreneur, and as a speaker for TEDx and other organizations. Here are a few of the topics we’ll discuss on this episode of The Consulting Trap:
- How Liz became a Vice President and manager of 300 employees by the time she was 23.
- Why Liz primarily works with privately-held mid-sized businesses.
- The importance of picking clients who have similar views and values to you.
- How to maintain a consistent workload and sustain business.
- How to best manage risk.
- The importance of consistently building yourself a network.
- How to build exposure that can feed into your networking.
- Social proof and the power of being deemed worthwhile by authoritative sources.
Connecting with Liz Kislik:
Connecting with the host:
- Sean Boyce on LinkedIn
- 06:40 – “I can see as an outsider, aspects of the problem that the people who live it don’t see.”
- 13:20 – “It’s just easier to do the work you like.”
- 19:00 – “Those uncertain times keep coming, you can never assume that from this moment on it’s smooth sailing.”