You’re a nonprofit organization that has decided to outsource a project or set of tasks to a consultant. Maybe you’re overwhelmed with work, or you don’t have the expertise you need for a project, or you can’t afford to hire a permanent staff person, or you need outside objectivity. Or maybe it’s all of the above.

I’ve been on both sides of the equation – the internal senior staff person who’s doing the hiring and the external consultant who’s getting hired. Here’s what I’ve learned...


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