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Professionalism in advisory services

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Written by Angelo Kehayas

Professional advisory and consulting services come in many guises and the ultimate perception of quality lies with the recipient thereof (the client). The Institute of Management Consulting of South Africa (IMCSA) is a body which was established in 1972 in order to serve the profession in general and its clients and consultants in particular.

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Professional advisory and consulting services come in many guises and the ultimate perception of quality lies with the recipient thereof (the client). The Institute of Management Consulting of South Africa (IMCSA) is a body which was established in 1972 in order to serve the profession in general and its clients and consultants in particular.

The interesting thing is that focus on professionalism and certification has waxed and waned and is waxing again. Why, you may ask. It may be because the client is not always able to determine whether he (or she) is going to get what he expected in the first place, or that he did not know what to expect. These are totally different issues and stem from the ability of the supplier or buyer of the services.

About the author

Angelo Kehayas

Angelo is a Public and Key Note Speaker, a Business, Executive and Leadership Coach. He has served at senior level in blue chip companies and has established and run successful ventures in multiple industries. He has designed and delivered corporate development programmes, focused speaking events, and has coached executives, business leaders and entrepreneurs. He specialises in challenging assignments, solving systems problems and facilitating group and team planning sessions. He is certified as a Master Coach, Certified Management Consultant and NLP Practitioner.