As a consultant, your main job revolves around the idea that you are being called to put out fires and deal with problems that can come up. The employer relies on your expertise to deal with the issues, which is why problem solving and communication are essential skills for a consultant to hone in their experience.
Sometimes the best way to get exposure to such issues is when you hear other’s experiences with it and how they dealt with the situation. You could either get a roadmap on how to do it for yourself or you could think about the different ways that you would have approached the situation. Even the smallest change in the workplace could create a domino effect on employee perception and performance, therefore increasing the profits of the company.
Mr. Neeraj Agarwal has over 27 years of work experience in the consultancy field and he highlights some of the challenges that he faced that left a mark on his memory. He explores issues he experience in three major companies:
- KEI Industries Ltd.
- SG Cricket Pvt. Ltd.
- Saru Silver Alloys Private Limited
The situations vary from being as simple as moving a water cooler from one room to changing out the complete production process that is laid down for enhanced productivity.