James Hin • Senior Manager, Organizational Development

James Hin

  • Provide a brief overview of your professional background: Originally on the path to becoming a clinical psychologist, I found the field of organizational psychology and realized that I could make a much larger impact, helping organizations and leaders. That took me to London UK, where I attended graduate school. Upon returning to the US, I joined an executive leadership consulting firm. After a few years there, I decided to take a break from the consulting environment and took an internal position. After a few years in that role, I got the itch to return to consulting and landed what I considered my dream job with TGG.
  • What do you enjoy most about working at TGG? This one is easy, the people. TGG is full of people that are passionate about what we do, you can see it in their commitment, interactions, quality of work and the frequent emails we get from clients praising how are teams went above and beyond. I also have to add that TGG gives you the freedom and support to be as successful as you want to be, you just have to do the work, we won’t do it for you. And if you are willing to work hard, learn and step outside your comfort zone, you will be greatly rewarded.
  • How do you live TGG’s mission? I am fortunate that I get to live out our mission in multiple ways. First, by ensuring that each TGG employee has ample opportunities to develop both personally and professionally, to enable them to achieve their own goals and live out our mission. Secondly, I do this through TGG University, where our mission and vision are fulfilled by providing clients with the necessary skills, knowledge, best practices that will elevate their financial and accounting careers.
  • What do you enjoy doing when you are not working? Spending time with family, the endless adventures with my 5 and 2 year old boys, meditating, exercising, playing guitar, finding great food and exploring the world.

Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect – Mark Twain