Our Seven Core Values are what we believe in the most.
All of us here at Fly Consulting follow these every day!
Be unique, be you.
Always be unique. Whether it is by making friendly jokes with the clients or remembering someone's birthday. Being friendly with clients is best for everyone. Remember you are best at what you do, but the client is best at what they do. Don't try to be something you are not.
Create your network
Always keep expanding your network. Whether it is through the word of mouth or on social media. The worst connection is a lost one. Creating a personal network is always a good idea.
Go the extra mile and don't be lazy
Try to go the extra mile for everyone. If a client needs someone to run to lunch, volunteer. If someone needs help with the same problem again and again, help them with a smile. Remember making connections is all about the relationships you build. Laziness is just a waste of time and especially in technology, there is always something you can do.
Make it easy for everyone
Making it easy for everyone is essential in today's world. Try to make using the network second nature to every client. Our whole purpose for our clients is to remove the headache of technology and let them do what they do best, run their business.
Honesty is always the best policy. If you did something on accident, don’t hide it. If you have doubts in your ability to do something a client asks, say you will have to do some research before your promise anything.
Try to think differently by any means. If you are getting stuck with a project, try bringing in a fresh set of eyes. If some process seems clunky try and improve it to make it more efficient. If you don’t know how to do something try researching it to understand it better! Remember Google is your friend.
If you don't enjoy what you do, change it.
Last but certainly not least, if there is something about your job you do not like, try your best to think of a way to make it better. Having an enjoyable workplace is a main goal at Fly Consulting, without that it would just be another job.