I am always amazed by how BCG leadership constantly invests in and succeeds at forming a unique, distinct, and innovative organization.
My background is very diverse. I have studied and worked in fields like art and industrial design, finance, computer programming, philosophy, and education. This has enabled me to have a creative and practical point of view when approaching challenges and goals.
Being at BCG in Tel Aviv has given me the opportunity to be a member of a growing and developing team in which I can incorporate my skills and experience.
At BCG, I have found that people at all levels are down-to-earth, and everyone is involved in the learning and improvement process. The team is always ready to share and listen to opinions and input. Being surrounded by many bright colleagues, I feel like I’m always in "self-development mode."
Prior to joining BCG, Einat held positions as web developer and controller in the US private sector. She holds a meditation instructor certificate and is currently studying education leadership at the Open University.
Q: What did you learn in your first year on the job?
A: I learned the great benefit of teamwork and how it has contributed to my growth.
Q: Why did you decide to work at BCG?
A: I was offered this job after living for some time in California, so BCG was the perfect match in terms of international standards and language. Furthermore, when I joined BCG in Tel Aviv, the office had just opened, and it was an opportunity to be part of a creative team right from the beginning.
Q: What are you reading right now and why is it interesting?
A: Right now I am reading To Meet the Real Dragon by Gudo Wafu Nishijima, who was a master teacher of Soto-Zen Buddhism. The author of this book, unlike most other masters who were monks, built a family and kept his day job—something that is fascinating to me.