PASSION. PEOPLE. PERFORMANCE. We are a woman-certified & owned consulting firm specializing in executive coaching, leadership development and organizational effectiveness solutions. We enable leaders, professionals and organizations to function at their best through the entire talent management lifecycle.
WHAT THEY DO. Shape great leaders and optimize organizational success throughout the leadership, talent and organizational life cycle.
WHY MCG? The firm approaches clients’ businesses and talent as if they were their own. They deliver highly customized solutions, based on decades of experience and research-proven strategies.
PEOPLE. They are a passionate and dedicated team of professionals who are committed to creating meaningful results for clients. Their backgrounds include extensive business, management, and global industry experience. We share a vision and commitment to offer a strategic approach for clients and to never commoditize our work. We stay nimble while aligning our expertise to our client’s needs to guide organizations to higher levels of business performance and satisfaction.
OUR CLIENTS: Many of the best Fortune 500, emerging growth, VC start-ups, mid-sized and non-profits work with MCG Partners. We work across all industries and with over 175 organizations in the last 10 years.
According to a report by talent consultant Kevin Sheridan, 86 percent of executive search firms feel they are doing a good job recruiting, yet only 60 percent of candidates report having a positive experience during the recruiting process with them. Mr. Sheridan is an internationally-recognized keynote speaker, a New York Times best-selling author and a sought-after voice
MCG Partners, a Boston, MA-based talent management and leadership development firm, has expanded with the addition of John Griffith as vice president of consulting services. In his new role, Mr. Griffith is responsible for driving the growth of the organization, a woman-owned, management consultancy specializing in leadership development, executive coaching, talent management, organizational effectiveness, management
The hiring outlook for 2018 is the best the U.S. has seen in over a decade with 44 percent of employers planning to hire full-time, permanent employees in the new year and half (51 percent) expecting to hire temporary employees, according to CareerBuilder’s annual job forecast. The most pressing question, however, remains: How quickly can they fill