How can a consultant become an OwnWay consultant? Each candidate/consultant who would like to have a presentation on the OwnWay is vetted by practise. No exam or test is capable of providing an appropriate enough access to the customer and their satisfaction with the consultancy services rendered. This is why a registered consultant, in collaboration with the portal´s owner, is first to prepare:

  1. an article on a selected subject in their respective field of specialization,
  2. an offer to the customer, or
  3. they will realize an order or cooperate on a teach-in, seminar, or training for the customer

All articles and offers originating from the registration process will be publicized on the OwnWay along with the author´s name. Providing that everything goes fine and the customer is happy, then the new consultant, having signed the contract, will be authorized to use the following offer – for consultants.

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„A consultant accompanies the customer only as far as they have reached the point of understanding.“ more >>

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A consultant definitely is not someone who is going to live their customer´s life for them. He or she is acutally an outside intruder who is supposed to watch the company´s current situation without emotion and impartially seek the best ways leading to the customer´s success. The ways are subsequently brought to the customer to choose from. Then he or she may oversee the customer´s journey along the chosen path until the client has positively understood the course of action and been able to continue on their own.

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