Back in 2002, alliantgroup was nothing more than two people with a dream. Since then, that dream has become a reality, and alliantgroup is now a complex consultancy with an international presence and more than 800 employees. So how did co-founders Dhaval Jadav and Shane Frank build their dream company from the ground up? The secret, it turns out, is fairly simple: a culture of investment.
To succeed, employers must recruit and retain people who will invest in a company’s future. Identifying candidates who have the right skills and experience is important, but it’s even more important to find people who have the passion to go above and beyond what is required of them. These are the people who will drive the growth and success of a company.
At alliantgroup, we see investment as a two-way street. We invest in our employees by offering them ample opportunities for professional development and a variety of fulfilling career paths to pursue. By putting people first, we’ve created an organization that is both equipped and motivated to provide best-in-class service to our clients.
Investment can also be hands-off. Trusting employees and giving them the space to make their own decisions and mistakes will help them develop crucial leadership qualities. When you invest in your employees by giving them autonomy and a voice, you are letting them know they are a valued part of the organization. The return on investment is a team of professionals who will work hard to ensure your company continues to thrive and expand.
For more about alliantgroup’s secret of success, read Dhaval Jadav’s executive spotlight featured in Forbes.