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November 06, 2015
Accenture’s Chief Executive Officer – North America reveals the number one trait she looks for in candidates
By: Accenture Recruitment

Julie Sweet

Julie Sweet, Accenture's Chief Executive Officer – North America, recently sat down with Business Insider to share her thoughts on what makes candidates stand out, and what signals suggest that they're going to thrive at Accenture.

Because everyone at Accenture, from the most junior to the most senior position, is required to be a leader when they work with clients to solve problems, Julie noted that the first key leadership trait she looks for is “the ability to bring people along a journey.”

For more insights on what Accenture is looking for, read the complete interview with Julie, or learn more about a career at Accenture.

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        Mukul Ray • December 10, 2015

        hi Julie i am Mukul Kumar ray.I also want to be thrive with Accenture but i am not a part of it.so how can i show you my leadership trait.

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        radhashyam nayak • December 9, 2015

        Hi Team, 1.It is very important junior they would like to do higher level work . 2.This should be one challenge for him but simultaneously it should be opportunity also. 3.This is one way to survive now a days at competition market. 4.We all have to accept it. Regards Radhashyam

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        John Ortiz • December 8, 2015

        So true; different, people require different types of confidantes while they travel. Some want, hand holding, some just want guidance some want to share and feel every nuance of the journey on the way. It is a skill few have rarely been able to embrace; because when the journey gets rough their focus shifts to self-preservation and they forget that the main reason they are on this journey is for the sake of their passenger … we don’t want to be one of those that “go down with the ship” we want to be the ones who makes sure the ship always stays afloat … thanks

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