Learnings in Leading a Consulting Practice – Part II

Climbing wall over Climbing Ladder

I am a strong believer that any organization is only as successful as it’s people. A big part of how we’ve been able to build a successful practice here in Auckland, has been based on the fact that great talent attracts great talent. Whenever I ask people what’s the best thing they enjoy about working at Assurity, the resounding answer I get all the time is the people. Not only do talented people want to work with other talented people, they also demand an environment which enables their talents, not hinder it. As a leader managing the environment in which talent can thrive, I am always trying to challenge myself, our team, and the organization on how we can continue to innovate and create a space in which people grow so much that they’re head-hunted, yet want to stay because it’s awesome.

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Learnings in leading a Consulting Practice – Part I

I’ve been publishing a few posts around leadership and my thoughts on it. This time, I thought I’d take a bit of a turn and focus on the industry Assurity is in – Professional Services. I believe that the PS industry is ripe for disruption, and we’ve been working to try and stay ahead of this disruption curve over the past year and a half. [Read more…]