Wondering how to run a remote HR consultancy and get international consulting clients? If so, listen in to this enjoyable conversation I had with international HR consultant, Shamila Mhearban.
Shamila has over 12 years’ experience in the Human Resource and Coaching & Mentoring sector where she has had the opportunity to support a range of clients in achieving their vision of success.
Her track record ranges from successfully delivering bespoke commercial/people-focussed solutions and running C-suite workshops for global organisations, through to founding her own executive coaching company.
Not only that, Shamila has achieved this even across two continents, which we’ll learn about soon.
Shamila joined me on the A Better HR Business podcast to talk about:
✔️ What sort of Human Resources consulting Shamila does and for what types of clients.
✔️ How Shamila structures her remote HR consulting services.
✔️ How Shamila gets new clients in other countries and her advice to other consultants.
✔️ How Shamila manages client work when the client is in another country. Does she ever need to be there?
✔️ Shamila’s advice for people wanting to start or grow an international remote HR consultancy.
✔️ And plenty more!
Want to learn more, visit Shamila’s website.
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Over to Shamila (thanks Shamila!) . . .
Interview With Shamila Mhearban
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