How does Accelerate work?
Competence is based on practical experience and theoretical knowledge. When we have drawn up your development plan, we build your skills through consultancy, project and team experience. We make sure you take the courses and get the certifications you need to get started. In short; we build your digital know-how through exciting and challenging customer assignments and training.
We believe in developing together and taking care of each other. To grow and become smarter, better and stronger. Development does not necessarily have to be connected to your own role, but also about things that can help you develop as a person. An example is our course on how to become a true public speaking guru, for those who want to build their personal brand.
Everyone is a leader here and we value personal leadership highly. In addition to competency forums and individual development plans, all our new employees undergo a tailored leadership program. There we get the chance to develop our personal and professional leadership and also get a thorough introduction to Zington.
We also believe in the power of gaining trust. Confidence to pursue things you find interesting. An example could be to drive or involve yourself in various initiatives such as Health@Zington - our forum for exercise and health or Sharing@Zington - our forum for knowledge sharing and experience exchange.
What distinguishes a Zington consultant from a general consultant? When we ask our customers the question, we are met with descriptions such as "personal and close", "high quality", "strategic partner" and "someone you can trust". These are not just flattering words, but core values that we hold dear. Although the values are built into Zington's DNA, we do not take them for granted. Instead, we work continuously to maintain and strengthen our values and the high quality of our work.
Through a combination of practical experience, individual coaching, mentoring and focused work on our core values, we aim for you to develop as a consultant "the Zington way".