Michael Stevens Consulting is an international Human Resource Development & Management Consulting practice firm, with offices in Lagos, Port-Harcourt and Calabar, as well as in Accra, Ghana. Plans are at advanced stage to open subsidiaries in The Gambia, Sierra-Loan and Liberia.
Since its founding in 1991, Michael Stevens Consulting have grown to become a leader in the provision of high value human resources and business advisory solutions to multinationals, local corporate organizations, governments and multilateral organizations. Our depth of our expertise, defined by carefully selected pool of multi-disciplinary consultants, ensures that we continue to be the firm of choice to our growing list of discerning clientele.
Over the years, we have provided the most efficient and effective services in: Conducting Training Needs Assessments, Designing and development of Training curriculum, designing and implementation of various training programmes, ranging from induction/orientation programmes for new employees to middle and senior management retreat and development programmes.
We have designed and implemented training programmes in our facilities and hotels/conference centers in Nigeria and several countries across the world.
Francis has a first degree in Sociology and Masters degree in Business Administration. He is a multi-skilled consultant in the areas of Human Resources and Organisational Development Consulting and functions as the Managing Partner of Michael Stevens consulting. He’s had extensive exposure in the development of strategic management and planning systems. His management consulting experience was acquired in the employment of E & W Consultants Limited (The Nigerian Partnership of Ernst & Whinney, now Ernst & Young International), where he had responsibilities for the development and Management of the Human Resources and Organisational Development Consulting Division. He was also exposed to financial analysis, economic and specialised studies consulting in the firm. Prior to his Ernst and Whinney appointment, he was a Personnel Manager with Berec Nigeria Limited, a subsidiary of the Ever-Ready Group. He had also functioned as the Head of Personnel and Administration and Head of Research and Corporate Planning in a major Nigerian Bank.