As consultants, we are trusted advisors of our clients, and trust is paramount in that role. We could never effectively provide our services if the clients doubted us. However, trust is a product of a good relationship between the parties. Therefore, building genuine and lasting relationships is one of our values. A trusted advisor does not vie for a ‘winner takes all scenario’ but is cognisant that organisations are made up of people who desire fairness in pricing, professionalism in delivery and after-sales availability. So our clients are buying the valuable relationship in which we package our trusted advice.
About Gwarega Dambudzo
With a background in social and economic infrastructure delivery as an engineer, I redirected my energy into mentoring owners of small and medium-sized businesses to formalise their structures, comply with legislation, improve operations and financial performance, manage risk, and build strategic partnerships. An MBA qualification helped me to hone these skills while leading and managing a consulting engineering practice I founded more than ten years ago. I am passionate about entrepreneurship, business strategy, governance, stakeholder engagement and risk management, skills I am ready to deploy on any Board as a non-executive director. On the topical nexus of environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG), I believe diversity and inclusivity are beneficial to organisations and should be leveraged responsibly without destroying the value-creating capacity of the organisations.
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