Why did you choose to apply for a role at Agility in Mind?
I had referenced Agility in Mind FAQ’s and case studies for some years and always found them to be concise, informative and very readable. I wanted to be a part of an organisation that had a similar approach to agility as my own. I had also heard favourable reviews from acquaintances in agile forums and meet-ups.
How did you find the recruitment process?
I liked it, each stage gave me an opportunity to find out more about them and also share more of myself. The lightweight start (300 words about myself) made it easy to begin the process without worrying about investing huge amounts of time on something that was not to be. The video questions were interesting and certainly made you consider how to give a succinct, precise and concise answer! The video interview and face to face interview really let me know I had made the right choice of consultancy. After this I was really keen to be a part of the team.
You’ve been in the company for a few months now, how have you settled in?
I really feel valued as a team member and certain that I have lots I can contribute. Everyone on the team is so supportive. After 6 weeks, I felt really proud to say I work for Agility in Mind and really respect our determination to do the right thing and trust good things will follow. There is a genuine desire to land with impact and help our client colleagues achieve better results and value.
What do you enjoy most about working for Agility in Mind?
It’s relaxed, friendly and everything is set up to help me get the very best result for my client. I know they will help me develop to the best agile consultant I can be.
What would you say to other people who are looking to join Agility in Mind?
If you have a passion and desire to help people achieve more with agile and you are comfortable, experienced and confident enough to be parachuted into new situations and make an impact, go for it. You won’t be alone, the entire Agility in Mind crew are there support you all the way.
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