Currently I offer a 2-for-1 promotion for candidates interested in trying out my coaching for the first time. Pay for one session and you will get the second for free!
Benefit from my experience of coaching 180+ candidates since 2012 and a professional working experience from a consultancy led by ex-McKinsey's Engagement Managers where I intervievewed more than 300 people.
When I was where you are right now I succeeded in getting offers from McKinsey, BCG, Roland Berger and few boutique consultancies, but instead I chose to join a new team at Ernst & Young where the whole management consulting practice had to be built from scratch at that time. It gave me from the start more exposure to senior clients and more responsibilities than what I could expect at well-established top consultanicies. I managed to get all those offers despite graduating from a completely unknown, non-target university as due to the need to take care of a seriously ill parent I could not allow myself to study outside of my hometown.
If you are in a somewhat similar situation, if you do not have the best possible CV, if you consider yourself for any reason an underdog in this race, I can share with you step-by-step tips and stories on what to do and how to behave during your interactions with consultants to convince them that you are, among all your competitors, the right person to get the job.
Contrary to the situation a few years back, now almost every interviewving candidate has a decent understanding of case-solving theory popularized by Victor Cheng, Case in Point, etc. To succeed you need to learn how to distinguish your case-solving approach while at the same time staying withing accepted frames.
In addition you can gain access to 70+casebooks and PST materials from my collection. If you need some help in creating a CV crafted for the management consulting or you still have problems answering the toughest fit questions. then I can help you as well with that.