Question Preview: Effective Grant Consultants

On 12/2/14 #grantchat will be joined by Lesley Harvey (@grant_experts) to talk about being an effective grant consultant both from the perspective of the consultant and the internal grant professional.

If you have a blog post or have an article that you would like to share about the topic, we would love for you to do so in the comment section or by using the #grantchat on the social media network of your choice.

Q1: Describe your most preferred client/consultant characteristic for effective grant consultants’ interactions. #grantchat

Q2: How do you let a potential enthusiastic client/consultant know that they are not yet ready (capacity-wise) for proposal development? #grantchat

Q3: If a freelancer/consultant, what’s your most effective tool to efficiently manage multiple Clients? #grantchat

Q4: What’s one item you wish all clients/consultants knew about your role? #grantchat

Q5: What’s your most effective tool to manage clients/consultants who are slow to provide needed proposal development information? #grantchat

Q6: How do you manage rejection with your clients/consultants? #grantchat

Q7: How does your role change for clients/consultants that prefer to be heavily involved in proposal development (vs. turnkey)? #grantchat

Q8: How do you utilize technology to more efficiently manage communications with clients/consultants? #grantchat

Q9:  How have your client/consultant relationship management strategies evolved since you began grant writing?  #grantchat

Q10: What tips do you have for those on the *other* side of the relationship: clients or consultants to maximize relationships? #grantchat

Looking forward to having you join @Grant_Chat co-moderators Diane (@dianehleonard), Jo (@jm_grants) with@smartegrants and @GPANational and guest @grant_experts.



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