Dinesh Divekar
Business Mentor, Consultant And Trainer
Bijay_majumdar
Freelancer
Sakthisukumar
Dy. Manager - Hr & Ir

Thread Started by #sakthisukumar

Dear HR Consultants / Veterans,
Well and wish this message finds you with good health......
I am working as HR & IR professional from Tamilnadu withholding 10+yrs hardcore experience in Textile, Engineering, Automobile & Leather industries. However my long days dream is, to become a IR and HR consultant. I think this is the right time to take some initiation to reach my dream for next 3 - 5 years period. Need your assistance for how can I move from here, what are all the steps should I can take first and move forward towards the same.
Industries people, What are all best qualities expecting from a HR consultant? any terms / specific skills they are demanding?
Suggest where and which area I have to focus from now to become a successful consultant as like you veteran.
Which area in HR will become a scopeful area in near future.
Please share your valuable inputs.
Looking forward your replies.....
Thanks in advance........
Kind Regards,
Sakthi Suku, MBA(HR), MSW(PM & IR).
HRM is not fashion, but my passion......
"Be proud to be a HR Professional"
11th May 2018 From India, Kolkata
Dear Sakthi Suku,
You wanted to be HR Consultant. However, have you defined how your services will provide ROI to your customers? How it will be measured and on what parameters will it be measured? Have you defined what is your product and what are the advantages of availing of this product?
It appears that you are not clear on these concepts. First be clear then you can think of doing product promotion.
Thanks,
Dinesh Divekar
11th May 2018 From India, Bangalore
Sir,
Thanks and Glad to get your prompt response. However I mentioned the domains IR & HR where I want to become a specialist / consultant in the same. There is nothing to specific rather generalist consultant as aforesaid. I need inputs where & how I can start from base.
Whereas I admit your point that product promotion where some unique skillset I should have to catch the market / client.
Regards,
Sakthi Suku
11th May 2018 From India, Kolkata
Sakti ji,Your vast experience in te field should give you enough confidence to foresee what are major problems being faced by industries in Hr IR domains.Every organisation wants their HR vertical should be strong and compliant yet spend very less on this vertical.Having said this,Iassure you that just connect to your best resources and contacts who may need Their HR vertical to be set right. Dig out for many contracting agencies where they need lot of awarness training and solutions in Hr management and compliance.Your expert liason with local authorities will also be useful towrds resoving many of your cutomer problems.Speak to startups and help them overcome their compliance issues.Ihad been spendin lot of time with customers understanding how they need a consultant to work towards their growth.As Dinesh briefly said abt ROI,its the key feature applicable in every business.In HR,time,puntuality timely fulfillment of compliance keeps the customer indemnified.While there are other area like training,placements,recruitments,employee engagements,and various processes that your customer would expect help from you.For all this to happen my advise is ,get connected with people,companies and employees and try winning their trust through your value,expertise and commitment.
13th May 2018 From India, Vadodara
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