Mission: Our mission is to be the management consulting partner most respected for our people, culture, and results.
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For the ninth consecutive year, Sendero employees participated in an annual holiday toy drive for kids in need.
In a rapidly evolving business world, it is important to have a partner that stands steadfast regardless of circumstances. At Sendero, our values are at the core of our mission and the foundation for every decision we make. They define who we are, how we interact with others, and the lasting impact that we strive to bring to clients, our community, and each other.
At Sendero our mission is simple: be the management consulting partner most respected for our people, our culture, and the results we deliver to our clients.
At Sendero, our culture is more than a dynamic and lively work-place. It is the embodiment of each individual collectively living our values. It resonates through our team-first mentality, our partnership with clients, and our investment in the community. Sure, we have a ton of fun; but we are committed to something much deeper than that—working with purpose.
Being stewards of our community is a cornerstone of our company vision. Our employees are service-oriented and display steadfast dedication to improving the communities where we work and live. Through our employee driven committee, Sendero Cares, our community involvement is a true grassroots effort. It’s not about about where our leadership team is involved or what is going to gain the most exposure, but the passions of employees from all levels of the company that directly drives where we get involved.
Our people are the building blocks of our mission, and our award-winning culture is representative of our commitment to their development. At Sendero, we invest in entry-level and experienced professionals that align with our core values and search for servant leaders who are looking to make a meaningful impact for our people, our clients, and our communities. We understand the power of diverse thinking, so we select exceptional people from all experience levels and backgrounds. This helps us create well-rounded teams with a unique perspective and wide range of problem solving skills for each client engagement.
We strive to be the destination career for our people. We are consistently humbled by our employee’s commitment to making Sendero a great place to work. The awards we have a received are a reflection of each of our team member’s passion, higher reaching, and shared success.
2019 Vault “Best Consulting Firms to Work For” awards in 5 categories: Hours in the Office, Work/Life Balance, Vacation Policies, Relationships with Supervisors, and Travel Requirements
2018 Inc. 500/5000 - 8th consecutive year
2017 Best Places to Work - Small/Medium Businesses - Glassdoor
I have been working at Sendero full-time
The company invests heavily in the professional and personal development of it's employees. The company knows exactly how to select the highest quality talent that best fit the company. Company leadership cares deeply about every employee. Leadership listens intently to employee feedback and takes the appropriate action to improve the company. The company truly desires to be a great company.
The company is growing rapidly and on occasion growing pains do surface. The good news here is that the pain doesn't last very long as corrective measures are usually in the works before the pain shows up.
Advice to Management
Continue to listen closely to those around you. Learn the difference between chatter and challenge. Continue to be great servant leaders.
I applied through college or university. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Sendero (Dallas, TX) in March 2012.
The people all seemed very nice. The culture seemed amazing. That being said when I met for the interview I was expected to have some give and take and learning on both sides. Instead they asked some questions and wrote down notes on a piece of paper behind a folder they were holding up. It was awkward and not fitting the culture that I was expecting from employees and information gathered.
Pay Equality Pledge
Committed to paying equitably for equal work & experience
Career Advancement Program
Helping employees "upskill" into higher-paying positions
Social Responsibility Pledge
Formal programs or foundation to give back to communities
Has programs that support a diverse and inclusive workforce
First Job Programs
Maintain entry-level hiring and career development programs to give people career starts
Pledge to Thrive
Taking steps to prioritize employee well-being