You are already a talented leader. You are ambitious and have worked hard to get where you are. You are looking ahead to the next opportunity; perhaps a new challenge that will stretch your skills, broaden your experience, and deliver rewards. You have come to the right place.
Around the world, Deloitte is capitalizing on new market opportunities. Innovation, a sound strategy, and skilled and market savvy professionals have earned Deloitte a reputation for excellence in global markets. The missing ingredient? More great leaders.
What does Deloitte offer? A commitment to growth and development, a diverse and inclusive culture, and the chance to lead and build the future of the organization. Whether you are a partner, director, principal, subject matter expert, or captain of industry, your journey begins here.
Deloitte's senior leaders share their wisdom and leadership experience.
Giam provides his insights on the importance of focusing on your strengths. He also shares a leadership lesson about showing people where they ought to go, not where they want to go.
Rich discusses the importance of accessibility, batting 300, and having a support structure that allows you to continue to try while also making mistakes.
Eileen shares insights on how leaders create opportunities for others to perform above their prescribed roles. She also reflects on the importance of being there to back your team up, because everything doesn't always go right.
Margot reflects on how a mentor helped her understand that there were things she could learn from her but didn't need to emulate – and how she adopted an approach that retained her personality and strengths instead of pretending to be something she's not.
Steve discusses why it's critical for leaders to be role models and remain positive and motivated. He also reflects on the power of quiet conversations.
Roger shares the importance of having clear and transparent objectives for your team and why it's critical to take the high road when handling pressure in a crisis.
Chaly discusses why leadership is all about choices, being bold, and communicating well. He also reflects on why it's important to "tell it as it is," even though sometimes leaders don't like to hear it, and why good leaders surround themselves with people who are smarter than them.
Barbara reflects on the pride she felt when she had the opportunity to visit the White House Forum on Workforce Flexibility as part of Deloitte's sustained commitment to developing women as leaders. She also discusses why you should never forget where you came from and the lessons you have learned on your journey, as well as the importance of having fun along the way.
Doug Lattner, Vice Chairman and Former Chairman and CEO Deloitte Consulting LLP underscores the value of having global experiences.
Sharon Allen, Former Chairman of the Board, Deloitte LLP reflects on the importance of managing your career.
Joe underscores the importance of using influence versus authority to get things done. He suggests putting egos aside, and encouraging others to feel a sense of ownership of the ideas.
Debbie encourages the next generation of leaders to seek out many different experiences and draw from those experiences to bring to the next role.
Ted reflects on leadership advice he received from former CEO, to accept the blame and give away the credit.
Barry Salzberg, Chief Executive Officer, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited, encourages young leaders to step outside of their comfort zone, and gain new experiences. He also underscores the importance of having and being a mentor.
Jennifer Steinmann encourages young leaders to “say yes” to new opportunities and experiences even if it means redefining what “yes” means.
It’s not about the money. The money is a result of the trust you build with others by being empathic. Mark believes that what goes around comes around, and encourages young leaders to do for others without expectations of something in return.
Mike recalls the saying “adversity doesn’t build character, it’ reveals it”. He believes character is built over a life time of earning the trust of others that you are going to do what you say you are going to do, but it doesn’t take much to tear it down.