G & SP Consultants, LLC. formerly SAP Professional Business Coaching and Training was started in January 2013 by entrepreneur Dr. Shannon Alexander-Phifer. G&SP Consultants LLC offers a wide variety of professional development, coaching, training, staff augmentation, and professional skills training and management. The experts of G&SP Consultants LLC bring forward over twenty years’ experience in the strategic and tactical leadership of clients, customer service, facilitation, behavior management, accounting, human resource management, facilities management, software implementation and utilization, business operations management, crisis management, and emergency management. The CEO, Dr. Shannon Alexander-Phifer, of G&SP Consultants LLC has an extensive professional business portfolio which includes demonstrated results in leading large and small teams that reflect her skills in building and maintaining collaborative work environments. The work environments that we lead consistently create value-added solutions and services for internal and external customers. We are motivational, lead-by-example change agents with combined participative and authoritative leadership styles that enhance our position as advocates of empowerment and accountability. Our collaborative leadership efforts ensure efficiencies in process, control, compliance, profitability,
and human resources management, to name a few.
Dr. Shannon Alexander-Phifer
G&SP CONSULTANTS BUSINESS MODEL
We believe that with our business knowledge, human resources experience, leadership experience, skills in customer satisfaction, quality assurance, training development, planning (including implementation), SBA Women-Owned Small Business Certification, and experience working with teams that consist of top-level executives to front line associates that share the same value demonstrates our capabilities to add immediate value to any organization. G&SP Consultants LLC intends to compete for projects within our scope and is very confident that we will fulfill exemplary deliverables that are outlined in the expectations of the request.