Consulting Demystified

About this event

As we continue to grow in our Salesforce career as admin and developers (and other technical roles), we also need to ensure that our client facing skills are developing and growing. Consulting can be anything and everything but its also so broad that we tend to develop certain assumptions or bias on what it really means. Each one of us in the Salesforce realm is a consultant. The presentation focuses on what consulting means and how each one of us can build a set of skills that add to our technical skill set to further market and position ourselves as a Salesforce consultant.

Pallavi Agarwal - our presenter is the founder of Kander Consult, a cloud transformation consulting firm focused on Salesforce in Washington DC and Bay Area. Her passion is finding ways to help clients determine their true path and identify the technology which can be the vehicle to achieve the north star through project management and delivery. She believes that it’s about the business process and understanding the "why" of the user experience and customers to really drive the business outcomes for clients. She is also passionate about mentoring women in the community for personal and career growth.

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We are also trying a parallel zoom online meeting for the first time. Here are details of the meetings

Topic: WIT Meeting June 20th 2019

Time: Jun 20, 2019 5:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Thursday, Jun 20
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM (EDT)


Enterprise Community Partners
11000 Brokenland Pkwy, Ste 700 Columbia21044

Group Leaders

  • Alesia Dvorkina

    Alesia Dvorkina

    Hmara Solutions


  • Bhavana Singh

    Bhavana Singh

    Three Moons Consulting


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