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November 29, 2015
In some way, good consultancy has a lot in common with good parenthood: Good consultants
must not have a favorite amongst their clients,
must not share secrets of one client with another,
and must not uncritically apply recipes to a client, that have worked with another.
Instead of that, good consultants should
show maximum availability to each and every client,
should be excellent listeners,
and should optimally support each client to develop their individual potential.
Particularly, consultants must not elevate themselves arrogantly above their clients, especially when not asked to do so. Not for expertise, not for experience, and not for wisdom.
Good consultants should be there whenever and wherever you need them. And they should regularly allow themselves to sympathetically scrutinise their client's intentions.
It's that simple.
Code of Conduct