The Protiviti Perspective

Death Valley by Richard McDonald

En Protiviti, nos esforzamos cada día para ayudarte a afrontar el futuro con confianza. Hacemos esto escuchándolo atentamente, enfocándonos en comprender su organización y ayudándolo a descubrir oportunidades y riesgos nunca antes vistos. Creemos que las relaciones más productivas dentro de nuestra empresa y con usted, se definen por la colaboración donde se escuchan todas las opiniones y se analizan los problemas comerciales desde múltiples perspectivas. Este proceso nos permite crear equipos y soluciones a la medida para usted y conduce a resultados que lo ayudan a impulsar un excelente desempeño comercial y proteger el valor empresarial.

Un elemento central de nuestro enfoque es valorar la perspectiva de las personas. Para celebrar la perspectiva única que nuestra gente busca brindarle en cada proyecto, aquí en nuestro sitio web y en algunos de nuestros materiales verá la anotación en fotografías - Perspectiva Protiviti. Se trata de fotografías que son generosamente compartidas por profesionales de Protiviti de todo el mundo que capturaron estas imágenes durante sus desplazamientos diarios, viajes de negocios, días laborales, tardes, fines de semana, vacaciones y sabáticos. Creemos que estas fotografías reflejan las diversas perspectivas globales que valoran de nuestra gente y son un recordatorio de lo que nos esforzamos por ofrecer cada día para ayudarle a afrontar el futuro con confianza.

En esta página se incluye una galería de algunas de las imágenes que encontrará en nuestro sitio web y en nuestros materiales. Estamos orgullosos de compartir la perspectiva única de nuestra gente y apreciamos todas las contribuciones que hacen a nuestra organización.

"Target Your Efforts" by Richard McDonald (Waterloo)

Richard McDonald Headshot

"I prefer candid moments to posed compositions. As a ​​​result, I often find myself wading into a cold mountain stream before sunrise, or under a liberal coating of sunscreen beneath the midday intensity of the desert sun, or lying in long grass with an insect or flower an inch from my lens. Whatever the setting, that’s where I need to be, because that’s where the shot is!"


"Balloons at Sunrise" by Matthew Beachnau (Ohio Valley)​

Matthew Beachnau Headshot

"I took this photo when my wife and I were on a trip in Napa a couple of years ago. She is absolutely terrified of heights, and I'm not super fond of them either, but we took a leap of faith and climbed aboard a hot air balloon. I remember it was sunrise over the vineyards, and we were having an adventure. In fact, I submitted this image because it reminds me of our adventurous, young company and how we're always trying to take on new challenges"

Hot Air Balloons


"Synchronicity of Color" by Brandon Wa​rdlaw (Houston)

Brandon Wardlaw

"My personal interes​​​​ts draw me toward​s focusing mostly upon architecture and public art, infrastructure, and commerce – things that are often taken for granted, but serve as symbols of human ingenuity and creativity."

Synchronicity of Color


"Chicago Sunrise" by Fredric​k Brewer (Chicago)​

Fredrick Brewer

"I took this photo on my way to the office, while I was waiting on the train. I tend to take pictures to post to Instagram and Facebook to keep a record of places, food, events, and friends. I am excited to see the rebranding and to be able to tell people that Protiviti sourced from their own as part of the effort!"

Chicago Sunrise


"Streets of Toulouse" by Julia Berchtold (San Francisco)

Julia Berchtold

"I loved the theme of the contest and seeing how others view their world. If there ever was proof that Protiviti hires creative, engaged individuals, this is it! I think it also reminds us that we all have a lens, but we don’t have to use it the same way. It’s a reminder, whether we’re walking to work or walking along the Seine, to try and look at the world in a new way. Take a moment and glance behind you, make eye contact with a stranger, search for a reflection in a puddle, or wake up a few minutes earlier and watch the sun rise.​"

Streets of Toulouse


"Endless Celebration" by Hirunda Kanaharaarachchi (Canberra)

Hirunda Kanaharaarachchi

"Capturing portraits of everyday people is something​ I really love. I usually take lots of photos of people whenever I travel. My friends are not very happy with it since I don't take many pictures of the landscape and surroundings. I love capturing raw candid emotions of people. You can really tell a story just by looking through their eyes.​"

Endless Celebration


"Walking to Exceptional" by David Pressman (Denver)

David Pressman

It's sort of funny how this all worked out, because this photo truly encapsulates my experience at Protiviti – both in front of the lens and behind it. I started my Protiviti career in the New York office, and during my time there, I became extremely familiar with the hallway you see in this photo. I've walked down that corridor after a lot of long nights and to start many early mornings. I was staffed on the client in that building for over a year before transferring out to Protiviti's Denver office.  I moved to Colorado for several reasons, but one of the biggest was to have the outdoors and all that it has to offer right at my doorstep. After finding so many cool places while exploring my new home, I decided to buy a camera to document my journeys. Fast forward a few weeks: I'm back in New York in the building that's shaped my career thus far, with the camera I only have because I moved to Colorado (an opportunity granted to me by Protiviti) to better enjoy everything I get to do now outside of Protiviti.

I also feel like this photo is incredibly collective to the people at Protiviti, especially the younger consultants.  As fresh consultants, a lot of our time is filled with uncertainty, but we all walk down that long metaphorical hallway, ready to take on whatever may lay on the other side.

Walking to Exceptional


"Automobile in Motion" by Indraneel Guha (New Delhi)​

Indraneel Guha

​This is a great initiative by Protiviti, and engaging all the employees in the rebranding process is a brilliant idea. I remember snapping this image in Gokarna, India, behind a Hindu temple. The man made chariots used in the festivities there, and they are a piece of art. I found the perfect moment there to capture and portray the moving and non-moving in one frame. This image symbolizes how we need to remain calm and focused in this fast-paced world.

Automobile in Motion