Award winning global recruiter strikes partnership with one of South Africa’s leading leadership consulting firms

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06 Jun 2018

GRM has announced a formal memorandum of understanding and working framework with Evolve Leadership Consulting.

The aim is to align GRM’s management consulting division, GRM Executive, with Evolve and offer their extensive client base across Law, Finance and Commerce the myriad of Evolve’s services. These services include Leadership Development, Strategy, Culture Change, Competitive Re-alignment, Team Development, and Executive Coaching.

Rob Green, CEO of GRM, stated “We are absolutely thrilled to formalize our relationship with Evolve and to bring their expertise to our client base throughout Africa. We first approached Paul de Beer to assist with our own corporate structure and strategy in our Cape Town office, and we were blown away by his approach, his expertise and his background working with some of South Africa’s leading corporates. We now want to bring this to our client base to help them build and grow their leaders for sustainable and tangible revenue increases and on-going success.”

Green went on to say “GRM is always looking to bring special solutions to the challenges that our clients face. We aim to bring something different in order to give our clients the edge over their competition, not just now, but for the future as well. Our partnership with Evolve will help us to achieve this”.

Paul de Beer, Managing Director of Evolve, added “I am excited about our partnership. Evolve is focused on their purpose of helping organisations and their leadership achieve potential. This partnership will create a meeting of minds, in both the provision of future fit leaders and in helping build sustainable organisations.”

GRM Executive will be offering these services to its extensive client base in law, finance and commerce, across the African continent, through an exclusive arrangement with Evolve.

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