The turbulence of 2020 merits an exploration of how the pandemic, the dramatic shift to working from home, and the economic downturn are affecting those of us in the talent development field who are running small coaching, consulting, or freelancing businesses. One thing has not changed: Most independent consultants would not accept traditional employment, no matter what salary was offered. Clients pay for services that solve a business problem and source consultants who are good at what they do. With a growing need for on-demand professional services and workplace insecurity with traditional employment, 2021 may be the year to either prepare for your business launch or step out on your own. [Extracted from the article]
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