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Renaissance Consulting Group Overview

Seattle, WA
1 to 50 employees
Company - Private
$1 to $5 million (USD) per year
We here at Renaissance Consulting Group (RCG), we are all about the team concept. We can’t be successful unless it is a win-win for the company and the individual. RCG believes that an individual’s development is the key to having a strong company. We develop ... Read more

Mission: We are going to be the best sales and marketing firm by “wowing” our clients with our unparalleled dedication to integrity and providing them with the highest quality results.

Renaissance Consulting Group Reviews

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Christopher Johnson
45 Ratings
  • "My first leadership role :)"

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    Current Employee - Account Manager in Seattle, WA
    Current Employee - Account Manager in Seattle, WA
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    Everyone starts entry level and has the same resources to grow in the company, so people that do get promoted have earned those promotions. My last jobs didn't reward hard work and effort as much as they rewarded seniority or inter-company relationships. I like that my hard work speaks for itself. I like that I essentially promoted myself into the position that I'm in. The manager, Dave, is hands on. I wasn't expecting the guidance I've gotten since I've never had a boss that wanted me to grow in the company. I left my last job because there wasn't much for me to grow into. I'm glad I started here because I'm learning something new all the time.


    It's hard work to learn so much. This is a growing company, and Alex needs people who can hold leadership roles based on the experience they've gained in the company. That's why everyone starts entry level. I've seen people leave or get let go because they didn't like being held accountable to their work. This bothered me at first because I've never had a manager want to be hands on. I just took it the wrong way. When I started to apply the feedback, I got better at my job and earned more in the company. Honestly, if someone doesn't want to EARN leadership and responsibility, then they shouldn't apply.

    Advice to Management

    Chris- thank you for taking the time to coach me. Also, our team loves coffee and donuts :)

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    I got the email first. A lady call me to have a interview. You will need to wait at the front desk. There will be somebody come out and ask you general questions. Then another person will take you to the coffee shop and introduce the basic information about the company.

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