Client Advocacy | Trust | Collaboration | Community
What Makes a Hero?
Always working to drive innovation and improvement to create incredible experiences for their clients, heroes know that doing the “next right thing” is critical to the long-term success of their business and the stakeholders they serve. Demonstrating empathy and leading with heart, heroes are true advocates for their clients, their industry, their colleagues, and their profession.
There’s no “I” in team, and true heroes know that good ideas are made great when they partner with others. Calling on their teams’ diversity of thought and experiences to create the best solution for the challenge at hand, heroes are master collaborators and people motivators who challenge themselves and their colleagues to do their best work together.
Whether it’s the kind of day-to-day dependability that colleagues and clients come to rely on, or awe-inspiring efforts that can make all the difference, heroes are trusted by colleagues, peers, leaders, and clients to deliver. Always willing to step in and step up, heroes are more than dependable: they’re a steadfast, unruffled voice of clarity. They find no challenge too big to tackle, and are uniquely trusted to help turn visions into reality.
It takes a village. Heroes recognize that leading and serving are two sides of the same coin, and they make intentional efforts to contribute to the greater good of their business community and the clients they serve. Whether it’s helping elevate their industry by actively engaging in professional organizations or mentoring new professionals to continue the advancement of our industry, heroes can always be found lending a hand.
Meet Our Heroes
Inside Intapp Spotlight: Meet Warrick McDowell, Manager of Software Engineering at Intapp
Warrick McDowell, Manager of Software Engineering, describes his experience as an engineer and manager at Intapp. Learn how he and his team helped launch a crucial platform integration, why it’s important to bring your authentic self to work, and McDowell’s perspective on the role of a manager.