In over twenty years in the business, I’ve seen it all in terms of how our clients treat us at MHA as consultants, partners, and people. Most clients are great, but a few have made our lives miserable and have never quite learned how to treat a BCM consultant.
In today’s post, we’ll look at what differentiates good business continuity management (BCM) clients from bad—and explain how it benefits your company to have a healthy BCM consultant relationship.
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Some clients are a joy to work with, and some are a pain in the you-know-what. What makes a client one or the other? I’ll get into the details of how to treat your BCM consultant in a moment.
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