You are self-assured
When you start in a new organization as a consultant, your charisma greatly influences how well you will get off to a good start in the organization.
If you radiate self-confidence - knowing who you are and what you stand for – both personally and professionally, people tend to get more easily drawn towards you.
Furthermore, when you are self-contained, people are more inclined to see you as a sparring partner because of your soothing presence and calmness surrounding you and your work. Part of this quality is also knowing when it is necessary to step in and when it is not.
You show dedication
You are dedicated to what you do and have a positive attitude towards the challenges you and your colleagues face.
Your passion for your craft and the project you’ve taken on is undeniable. And you are not afraid to show your commitment throughout the whole process – from the preliminary interview until the end of your project.
Your unmistakable engagement affects the people you work with, and it advances both cooperation but also energy. You have a 'can-do'- attitude which gives the client comfort in knowing that you have the competencies and skills to reach the target.
You show integrity
Most self-contained people also tend to possess a great amount of self-awareness and self-insight. These are essential qualities for a freelance IT consultant, as it is essential that you are confident and know your limitations, but also honest and open about them.
Thus, you know exactly what your strongest sides are, and you manage to bring them out properly. On the contrary to this, you also understand and are able to compensate for your weaker sides while also being honest about them.
As a outstanding freelance consultant, you are complacent in a humble way and you give a clear impression of what your key competencies are, and how you can bring value to the client.