“I’ve always been really curious, I would walk up to anyone and ask them a question whereas some people are really hierarchical,” says Gallagher’s non-executive chair Sue Langley.
It is an attitude she believes is embedded in the broker’s culture.
“I would hope nobody in Gallagher would have any boundaries about who they wanted to talk to,” she maintains.
“I would be horrified if people in Gallagher were hierarchical and felt they couldn’t come to talk to me or others on the exec.”
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