Culver City, California (PressExposure) June 10, 2015 -- "15 Quick Tips on Becoming a GREAT Consultant" is your guide to succeed in the consulting world with specific recommendations and examples. Written by an experienced consultant and instructor, this e-book covers certain behaviors and "soft" skills that make a difference in the business world, such as avoiding drama and being transparent, while protecting your reputation. Rather than covering technical issues, this guide presents important topics seen in consulting that are routinely ignored.
Sheila shares her experience in consulting, giving down to earth recommendations, valuable nuggets to any consultant in business, education or any other field. Each chapter of the book covers three pertinent issues important to consultants. For example, the chapter on problem-solving skills presents quick tips on fast learning, developing good judgment, and achieving excellence. Another chapter is about the importance of avoiding B.S. and instead to focus on content.
As a CPA with many years of experience, Sheila can identify the good, bad, and the ugly out there. This Kindle book is based on a very successful online self-study CPE course distributed by various providers. One of her students has contacted Sheila about using parts of the course as training material in her own practice, prompting the conversion of the course into an e-book to reach more people and firms.
Based in the U.S. Sheila's experience includes teaching in the MBA program of the University of Liverpool- UK/Laureate for a few years. She has developed online self-study courses for The Learning House and Education Direct.
Besides this book, Sheila has published the following popular books:
Guide to Nonprofits - From the Trenches - paper book covering important issues of nonprofits, including organization and financial statements. Nonprofit Finance: A Practical Guide - 2015 paper and digital book presenting nonprofits' financial issues with various examples to facilitate learning. This book has been used in academic and non-academic settings.