August 3, 2021
August 3, 2021
(Houston, TX) – Tuesday, August 3, 2021 – In recognition of their 25 year-anniversary, Allen Austin launched new branding yesterday firmwide. The new logo can be seen in this video, produced by Allen Austin to celebrate the milestone.
Rob Andrews, Chairman & CEO of Allen Austin, said “We are excited to share with our clients, colleagues, and business community our new logo as it reflects Allen Austin’s 25th Anniversary. It has been crafted to signify our innovative and modern approach, and to reinforce our brand promise of being trustworthy, collaborative, flexible, and results driven. As we look to the next chapter of our growth and development, one that is focused on our commitment to helping companies achieve cultures of peak performance, we wanted a look and feel that reflected this next phase of our journey.”
Allen Austin was born on August 2, 1996, with a commitment to conduct search better than anyone else. Twenty-five years later, Allen Austin is far more than a search firm. Today, our new look reflects a fresh approach to our role as trusted advisors in conducting organizational health indices, building unified leadership teams, enhancing human capital practices, defining employment brands, facilitating offsites and retreats, and coaching the next generation of C-Suite executives.
Retained search, practiced as outlined in Allen Austin’s ForesightTM search process, delivered as a specialized form of management consulting is one of our client’s most important tools to assess and enhance organizational effectiveness and overall performance. Our leadership advisory practice, built around our Total Performance LeadershipTM architecture and the nine principles practiced by organizations that perform at the very top of their sectors, delivers the assessments, workshops, and coaching to provide accurate diagnostics and a road map to unprecedented performance and exceptional shareholder returns. Our interim, fractional officer and project consulting practice has added maximum speed, flexibility, and agility to our client organizations.
About Allen Austin
Allen Austin is a global management consulting firm specializing in executive search, interim executive, and leadership advisory consulting. With nine wholly owned offices across North America, Europe and CIS, and a powerful strategic alliance, we can serve you around the globe. All global engagements are conducted following Allen Austin’s proprietary processes and carry the Allen Austin guarantee.
Allen Austin’s purpose is to enhance the lives and effectiveness of our associates, clients, and stakeholders. Having rejected order-taking and cookie-cutter solutions and ringing our cash register at our client’s expense, every engagement we deliver is customized and carefully crafted to add sustained value to your organization. The partners at Allen Austin have seen every engagement to fruition and execute all mission-critical phases of each search, interim placement, assessment, workshop, and coaching session.
In an industry that hasn’t innovated in a hundred years, we’ve been focused on how to “do it better”, whether that’s focusing on executive search, culture shaping, interim executive, leadership advisory, stakeholder engagement, or strategy & implementation, our solutions have evolved over 27 years and are the most advanced, evidence-based processes of which we are aware. Allen Austin’s Foresight™ and Total Performance Leadership™ architectures are state-of-the-art and designed to assist you in building your own peak performance organization.
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