Birmingham-based business change consultancy, Entec Si, has demonstrated its passion for people development by announcing an impressive ten promotions.
Four people – Jack Sixsmith, David Walker, Charlotte Stanyer and Eilis Garton-Marrows – have been promoted to junior consultant, while Devesh Punjani and Megan Evans are now fully-fledged consultants. Senior level promotions include Peter Britten, Janet Smith and Tamara Pleasant, who have been promoted to senior consultant, managing consultant and principal consultant respectively. Finally, Alix Cruxton is now a marketing communications executive.
Representing a third of the Entec Si team, the wave of promotions shows the dedication of the business’ people at all levels, with everyone given the opportunity to build on their talents and strengthen their skills.
Entec Si’s belief that a business’ success is largely down to its people has been cemented over the last two years and it has committed even more to developing the team’s skills, supporting them to excel in their careers. From investing in professional qualifications to leadership and personal development training, Entec Si continues to put upskilling its employees at the heart of its strategy.
Dubbing 2022 as its ‘thrive’ year, Entec Si believes that the enthusiasm and care shown by the team will take the business on a new trajectory, helping it to achieve its goals, while fulfilling its people’s own aspirations.
Eman Al-Hillawi, CEO at Entec Si, said: “We take pride in the fact that our strength is our people. Being able to promote a third of the team is an incredible feeling. Each and every one has shown a huge amount of commitment to Entec Si, embracing the development opportunities given to them, and supporting our clients with excellent service. I look forward to seeing how they will grow in their new roles, both personally and professionally.”