SPNS consultants excel in four areas
Problem solving: Our consultants (team members) help leaders solve their toughest and most urgent problems. You must have superior intellectual abilities as well as a practical sense of what works in complex organizations.
Achieving: Our consultants strive to deliver distinctive and lasting client impact. This requires tremendous energy, determination, and judgment, particularly when working with multiple stakeholders under tight deadlines.
Personal impact: Our consultants work closely with a wide range of people in their daily jobs. This calls for strong communication skills—particularly when addressing conflicting points of view. You have to be adept at building trusting relationships with clients to enlist their participation and support.
Leadership: Leading people and fostering productive teamwork are critical to success here. You need excellent leadership skills to bring people together to drive positive change within organizations.
Our consultants are accomplished and well rounded, with diverse backgrounds and experiences. They’re also fun to work with. Our clients and colleagues value this unique mix of talent, skill, and character.
It’s your career; make it your own.
When you arrive at SPNS, you won’t find a well-worn path to follow. Your direction is mainly up to you. Making your own way accelerates your growth and inspires you to explore. This freedom is at the root of our mission to transform businesses into large-scale organization through highly motivated team of consultants within a serene and friendly work atmosphere. Also we create a firm that develops, excites, and retains exceptional people.
In practice, you’ll have to be open to taking up any project assigned to you as you might not have any form of influence over the projects you work on, the people you work with, and the places you go. Your development needs or particular client needs mean that sometimes we’ll direct you to a specific engagement. But we’ll also give you the freedom to define your own path as you grow within the company.
SPNS Career Path The impact of your contributions as a consultant shall form the basis of your evaluation, and you will only move on to the next role (level) when you acquire the necessary skills. The pace of progress is determined by your ability to lead clients to solutions, help your colleagues succeed, and develop and share knowledge. And your progressive movement is tied to your performance appraisal outcome. However, an average of 16years shall be spent moving from the entry point through the level of a director.