McKinsey & Company

McKinsey works with leading organizations across the private, public and social sectors. Their scale, scope, and knowledge allow them to address problems that no one else can. They have deep functional and industry expertise as well as breadth of geographical reach. They are passionate about taking on immense challenges that matter to their clients and, often, to the world.

McKinsey works with their clients as they do with their colleagues. They build their capabilities and leadership skills at every level and every opportunity. They do this to help build internal support, get to real issues, and reach practical recommendations. They bring out the capabilities of clients to fully participate in the process and lead the ongoing work.

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McKinsey consultants excel in four main areas:

Problem solving: We help leaders solve their toughest and most urgent problems. We have superior intellectual abilities and a practical sense of what works in complex organizations.

Achieving: We strive to deliver distinctive and lasting client impact. This requires tremendous energy, determination, and judgment, particularly when working with multiple stakeholders under tight deadlines.

Personal impact: We work closely with a wide range of people in their daily jobs. This calls for strong communication skills—particularly when addressing conflicting points of view. We are adept at building trusting relationships with clients to enlist their participation and support.

Leadership: Leading people and fostering productive teamwork are critical to success here. Our leadership skills bring people together to drive positive change within organizations.

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