At Morrows, we value teamwork, authenticity, empathy, innovation, teamwork, diversity and accountability. These attributes are key to our company culture and on-going success. We are committed to investing in culture and engagement, and as a united firm, we value real collaboration, teamwork, and knowledge sharing. By integrating our various disciplines and our One Team approach, we can provide specialist solutions to our clients.
We value our staff, and we continually invest in people and technology so that we can create a bright future for both our company and clients. We provide great career opportunities to our team, and we believe that the more we invest in our people, the more they invest in our business.
We continually strive to be a leading firm that values long lasting, respectful client relationships, and delivers sustainable and professional services.
Be true to yourself. Maintain strict coherence between what you feel and what you say or do. Act with integrity. Deal with problems
Seek to understand other people’s perspectives. Be aware of others’ emotional state. Look for verbal and nonverbal cues to help you fully understand the situation. Set your own assumptions aside.
Be creative in problem solving and decision making. Don’t leave things to chance. Look at different perspectives when considering a particular situation or problem. Be willing to move forward, adjust, fail, get back up, and try again.
Collaborate closely with others. Communicate clearly, courteously and in a timely manner. Adopt a democratic approach. Build diverse teams and be willing to listen to different ideas and opinions.
Demographic diversity which includes differences in gender, race and age. Cognitive diversity, different perspectives, experiences and thinking styles. Tap into others’ insights and experiences. Be aware of the ‘conversation hog”.Form smaller groups to encourage others to share their ideas. Learn to listen.
Accept the impact that your choices, behaviours, and actions have on others. Take ownership of situations that you’re involved in. Don’t blame others if things go wrong. Instead, you do your best to make things right. Don’t over commit.