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  • What we do:
    Management Consultancy
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    • 9th Floor, 20 Farringdon Street, London, Greater London, EC4A 4BD
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About The Berkeley Partnership

The Berkeley Partnership are an independent management consultancy providing specialist support for transformational change, working side-by-side with clients to achieve their most ambitious goals.

Clients include a number of FTSE 100 companies, multinationals and government departments, with The Berkeley Partnership playing a pivotal role in helping many household names develop their strategies and transform their business.

Based in London, the company’s business model is based on working within and as part of the client’s leadership team, rather than looking in from the outside. This outcomes-focused approach has achieved great success, with more than 90% of the firm’s work coming from repeat business and referrals, and over 85% of clients using them more than once.

This has been accomplished thanks to the strong capabilities of the firm’s passionate, enthusiastic and positive consultants - people who celebrate clients’ success above their own, and who are motivated by collective achievements.

What is it like to work for The Berkeley Partnership

Berkeley use a consultant performance model that considers client feedback rather than paying bonuses for selling more work, and encourages commitment to constant learning and open communication via regular meetings, an open-plan office and frequent social events.
Personal Growth
Personal Growth
A broad professional training curriculum includes a Visiting Professor Programme, where specialist professors are invited to run bespoke modules, while a number of courses are offered to help staff develop their client engagement skills. The firm also pays for staff to attend one-off seminars and networking events.
My Team
My Team
Working groups and discussion groups are convened regularly at Berkeley to talk through key topics, while employees are encouraged to develop fun social groups. Annual away weekends are also held, with a huge range of activities planned to suit everyone’s tastes.

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    66% / 34%

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