How to become a Management Consultant at a big 4 firm! Are you interested in working as a Management Consultant, or a Consultant in general at a big 4 firm? Today, we discuss how Den became a consultant a big four, how hard it is to become a consultant, and the different pathways you can take. What type of consulting are you interested in?! Let us know in the comments below!
HOW TO BECOME A CONSULTANT
▸ Den’s Consulting Pathway - 0:43
▸ Choose Your Pathway - 1:49
▸ Strategic Thinking & Key Skills - 4:07
▸ Networking & Recruitment - 5:36
▸ Determine Your Target Area - 7:41
Big Four Firm | In this series, Steph & Den will dive into their experience working at big four firms! If you’re interested in hearing their experience and advice, tips for getting in and how to prepare for the various challenges, this series is for you!
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