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consultant to manager - seems very hard

 
#1 consultant to manager - seems very hard
25/06/2009 20:20

consultant

hello,

seems that I am stuck at consultant level even though I and also most of my supervisors really appreciate my sharp IQ and hard work. Generally in all projects that I worked so far I was the top most person who knows all technical details and desings, however, it seems that I am not able to convey that "manager material" feeling to SE or my manager. Any practical suggestions ? I have gone thru books like networking etc but not working well.

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#2 RE: consultant to manager - seems very hard
30/06/2009 13:08

anon to consultant (#1)

Maybe just try to look for an executive job and polish your CV to show that you are suited for a management role?

http://www.executiverolefinder.co.uk

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