Our brand promise is Investing in Relationships to Make a Difference. We believe in taking the time to get to know our clients and each other through making the effort to support each other as we grow. We understand that by supporting people as individuals we can make a difference in their personal and professional lives.
Frazier & Deeter takes deliberate actions to create a sustainable culture focused on improvement and supporting our people and clients in our daily activities through being a Deliberately Developmental Organization (DDO). Our efforts of becoming a DDO are featured in An Everyone Culture by Harvard Business Review (2016). Our firm’s unique approach to people development has also been highlighted by the Georgia Society of CPAs and Inside Public Accounting.
To learn more about Frazier & Deeter’s efforts in being a DDO, read this case study.
The foundation for any professional services firm is its people. So who are we at FD? We are a deliberately developmental organization, which means we seek to help everyone in our firm grow, both as an individual and a member of our team.
We are engaged every day in how we interact with our people, our clients and our communities. Every day we reinforce each other as:
We believe in PEAQ performance. By investing in People, nurturing an Entrepreneurial mindset, being Accessible to others and relentlessly focusing on Quality we will achieve PEAQ performance.
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