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Recruitment to Management Consulting

 
#1 Recruitment to Management Consulting
12/10/2016 12:11

Whizz

Hi All,

A friend of mine has recently hit a fork in the road from a career perspective and has come to me for advice on moving from Recruitment into either HR Consulting or Sales.

He has a background in managing large pubs and hence large teams for 2 years post-uni and then recruitment (mainly around Technology) for 2 years. He has been successful in both but has decided it is time for a change. In my view the options below are the most suitable, but would appreciate any thoughts on the matter.

1) Join the HR department of a corporate in a non-recruitment role. This will allow leverage of existing knowledge but build out HR subject matter knowledge and an understanding of how corporates work to enable an application to a consulting firm in a few years time.

2) Apply to do an MBA / Masters and leverage the academic route into a Consulting firm.

3) Apply for a Sales role leveraging industry background and recruitment sales knowledge (say Diageo based on drinks industry knowledge / Technology provider based on recruitment experience).

Any thoughts appreciated.

W

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