Grant Thornton’s culture is one of our most valuable assets and has steered us in the right direction for more than 100 years.
cross the globe, we have more than 53,000 people committed to bringing our values to life every day and helping dynamic businesses unlock their potential for growth.
Our CLEARR values
As well as a distinctive global culture, we have developed six core principles, known as our CLEARR values.
Collaboration: ask for help, give help – we work well together
Leadership: have courage and inspire others – we challenge each other to be the best we can be
Excellence: find a better way every time – we never get complacent
Agility: think broadly, act quickly – we thrive in change
Respect: listen and understand, be forthright – we create honest relationships
Responsibility: use influence wisely – we own our actions
Get to know us better through the eyes of our people and clients.
Diversity helps us meet the demands of a changing world. We value the fact that our people come from all walks of life and that this diversity of experience and perspective makes our organisation stronger as a result.
Our teams bring different perspectives to the work they do for our clients and are equipped to meet the challenges they face every day.
We treat everyone fairly and never differentiate on the basis of ethnicity, race, religion or belief (or lack of), gender, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, pregnancy, maternity, marital status, age or disability.
Growing Together in the community
Founded on our six guiding principles, Growing Together in the community is Grant Thornton's commitment to community engagement. It advocates the impact each person can make by being passionately involved in their community.
Many inspiring people from Grant Thornton across the globe provide innovative, generous and resourceful services to the communities they work and live in. Follow our hashtag #GTinthecommunity to see how our people are making a difference.
Grant Thornton is a founding partner of IMPACT2030 and in 2018 Peter Bodin, Grant Thornton International CEO, was named as its new chair of the board.
IMPACT2030 is a private sector led coalition which aims to direct the collective skills, experience and passion of corporate volunteers towards helping the United Nations achieve their Sustainable Development Goals.