How to Determine Your Income Potential As an Independent Consultant

Thursday, October 31, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Kris Taylor, CEO, LEAP Consulting and Evergreen Leadership and Katie McNamee, Elevate Online

Increasingly, professionals are choosing careers as independent consultants. Consulting provides freedom, flexibility, the ability to do the work of your choice, and income potential. Yet the burning question is, “Just how much income potential do I have?”

Two of the biggest questions that you’ll need to answer as a consultant are:
• How do I determine my market rate?
• How much income potential will I have?

In this webcast, Kris Taylor and Katie McNamee of LEAP will help you answer these questions. You will learn two research methods to determine your market rate as well as four factors that determine your income potential and how to leverage them to your advantage. Since income is such a critical factor, you’ll also identify the three common financial traps that trip up consultants and how to mitigate these risks.

If you are considering launching an independent consulting practice, this webcast will help you make informed financial decisions. If you already have a consulting practice, this webcast just may enable you to add income to your bottom line.


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Kris Taylor
Kris Taylor

CEO, LEAP Consulting and Evergreen Leadership

Kris Taylor has been a successful independent consultant for 14 years as founder of Evergreen Leadership. Her firm has partnered with over 50 companies globally and was honored by the Center for Creative Leadership as one of the preeminent leadership development firms.

Katie McNamee
Katie McNamee

Elevate Online

Katie Workman moved directly into consulting after graduating from Purdue University. Within one year of founding Elevate Online Katie has been able to do the work she loves (on-line marketing & graphic design) on her own terms.

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