A Brief Recap of How Newlink Broke the Internet
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Collaboration and a purpose can solve anything.
In today’s world, we must continuously adapt and evolve.
At times it seems overwhelming. But we’re not alone.
Technology has created unprecedented levels of interconnection. Organizations, employees, customers, suppliers, competitors, journalists, government, citizens: we’re all part of the same network. We can feel exposed and vulnerable in this transparent, interconnected world. But technology has also proved empowering, enabling us to reach out to others and to come together in new and radically different ways.
At Newlink we identify a greater purpose – one that can be shared across a network and that will inspire collaboration – knowing that it will trigger transformative change.
That defines our purpose. To Ignite transformation.
Newlink has a dynamic, high-energy culture of ongoing evolution, which dares our professionals to leap outside of their comfort zone. Our growth comes as a result of innovative work and remarkable client collaboration. With a network of offices throughout the region Newlink offers big resources and talent with the spirit, values and passion of a tight-knit family. We invite you to embark on an amazing journey.
At the core of our culture is making great things happen. We are relentless in our pursuit of transformative results. Because the world is in constant change we are constantly reinventing ourselves.
Today there is no place for absolute truths.
Because of this, we have developed a new model that we call collaborative consulting.
A method that involves the client in the entire strategic process, because today, reaching objectives depends on complex factors and the first recommendation of any consultancy should be to leverage the talent already within an organization. A model that continues to believe in specialized skills, but only when working together as part of a holistic vision, geared toward results.
In an era dominated by velocity, transparency, collaboration and social conscience, it is imperative to go beyond mere theory. We think that a consulting firm in today’s world needs to not only oversee execution, but be committed to results.
At Newlink, we have developed proprietary programs designed to help our clients create a more effective world. And we implement the programs from beginning to end, through concerted efforts and collaborative methods.
I have been working at Newlink full-time (Less than a year)
Its a journey, not a one time meeting.
They focus on getting you motivated and ready to perform.
You'll get to know the company really fast.
You'll know what to expect from the company and also, what is expected of you.
It's a bit long, but its understandable because it helps you adapt if you come from another agency.
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Newlink (Miami, FL) in January 2017.
I had known the company for several years because several friends and acquaintances worked there. I had applied several times for different positions. Finally, in January of this year, the HR department called me. They let me know the opening was for an Account Coordinator position, and if I was still interested. That was a brief 10 minute phone interview. She then sent me a written test to do.
Once the test was sent back to Newlink, they invited me for an interview in the Brickell office. There I had interviews with several members of the team, even with other team members also looking for a new hire (total of 4 interviews). They gave me the option of 2 different practices in the company, and I said which I would prefer. They called me later that day to say I would need to interview with the head of that practice (Senior VP) and we scheduled it for that same evening. All the interviews before were very standard, and lasted 10-15 min each. The interview with the VP was almost an hour long, very extensive and interrogative, fast-paced.
Two weeks later, HR called me with the offer.