Women In Consulting Resources
Women In Consulting® (WIC) has been helping women (and men) build solid and prosperous consulting businesses for many years. What sets our community apart from the rest is our generosity of spirit to share resources with one another.
Find resources here to help you build your business. Some of these resources are for members only, so we encourage you to join WIC to take advantage of them.
WIC Community Email List
One of the very first benefits WIC offered was an email list where participants could share resources for building a consulting business. Today, this email list is the cornerstone of our offerings. Familiarize yourselves with the list rules, how to post messages to the lists, access the list archives, and manage email subscriptions.
See more details about the WIC Community Email List.
Annual Best Practices Research
WIC conducts its annual best practices research, and highlights best practices and economic trends for the consulting profession. Access to past reports is available to Premium and Leaders Network members only, so you must join WIC at one of these levels to access these reports.
If you are a Premium or Leaders Network member, see more details about the Annual Best Practices Research, including access to previous reports.
Search the WIC Directory to find talented colleagues to collaborate with for your project needs or to refer to your clients, positioning you as a trusted partner who has access to a variety of high-caliber business resources. Only Premium and Leaders Network members are represented in this directory. If you’re not a Premium or Leaders Network member and would like to have this benefit, you must join WIC at one of these membership levels or contact WIC to upgrade your basic membership.
Exclusive Discounts from Partners
WIC has negotiated exclusive discounts with various vendors. These discounts are for Premium and Leaders Network members only, so you must join WIC at one of those levels to take advantage of these offers.
WIC Mastermind Groups
WIC Mastermind groups are designed to help participants share resources, develop a trusted support system, and benefit from other’s tested ideas and business practices. Mastermind participants act as personal advisors to one another, giving professional guidance, alerting each other to opportunities, and helping each other smoothly navigate past blind spots. Groups of six WIC members are formed, based on common needs and objectives. Participants make a six-month minimum commitment to the group and respect the confidentiality of its discussions.
See more details about the WIC Mastermind Groups.