All of the below information comes directly from job reviews written by Teneo (Management Consulting) employees based on 21 reviews.
 
 
Responsibility:
4.1/5
 
Work Life Balance:
3.8/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
3.7/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
4/5
 
Company Culture:
4.7/5
 
Career Progression:
4.9/5
 
Colleagues:
4.9/5
 
Training:
4.5/5
 
Enjoyment:
4.5/5
 
Overall Rating:
4.4/5
 

Teneo was founded in 2011 with a vision of redefining the advisory business, providing clients with a unique set of services not offered elsewhere under one roof. It now has 18 offices worldwide, employing over 800 people in four key divisions. These divisions are Strategy & Communications Advisory, Risk Advisory, Capital Advisory and Management Consulting. Together, they offer a unique combination of services focussed on meeting the needs of CEOs and executive teams. Teneo draws upon a network of senior advisors who support business development and project delivery. These include Ursula Burns (former CEO of Xerox), Lord Hague of Richmond (former British Secretary of State) and Max Kelly (former Chief Security Officer of Facebook).

Teneo’s Management Consulting division works directly with the CEOs and boards of today’s most complex organisations, both independently and in combination with the capabilities of the other Teneo divisions. The division’s focus is on answering key strategic questions through a mix of senior experience and rigorous analysis. It operates across a diverse array of sectors including healthcare, transport, software and TMT, amongst others. Within these markets, clients include FTSE 100 and Fortune 500 firms, public-sector organizations, high growth businesses and private equity houses.

The division achieved significant scale in 2017, following the purchase of boutique strategy consultancy firm Credo. Since then, the Management Consulting division has expanded to over 100 individuals worldwide, and seeks to combine the advantages, focus and agility of a small firm combined with the global reach and blue chip client base of a global brand. Functionally, Teneo’s Management Consulting division helps its clients with strategy setting and implementation, organisational design and governance, revenue growth, performance improvement, M&A and transaction support, pricing optimisation and programme management amongst others.


Industry: Consulting Department: Management Consulting Job Title: Associate Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Great people create a friendly, welcoming working environment. Good development through the work. Communication is very clear and if you are proactive, you can get a lot out of the company.

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Industry: Consulting Department: Management consulting Job Title: Associate Consultant

Industry: Consulting Department: Teneo Management Consulting Job Title: Associate Consultant

Industry: Consulting Department: Consulting Job Title: Associate Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Friendly colleagues, interesting and challenging projects.

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Industry: Consulting Department: Management Consulting Job Title: Associate Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The people, culture, salary and work! It's a place I can see myself staying at for quite a while.

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Industry: Consulting Department: Consulting Job Title: Associate Consultant

Industry: Consulting Department: Management Consulting Job Title: Associate Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The people at this company are great to work with. Everyone is supportive, bright and enjoyable to work with.
We do really engaging and interesting work, especially since joining the wider Teneo group, which always involves true collaboration.
The international travel opportunities are also handled very well - there are increasing options available but individual preferences and restrictions are taken into account, in ways which do not affect job performance.

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Industry: Consulting Department: Management Consulting Job Title: Associate Consultant

Industry: Consulting Department: Consultancy Job Title: Associate Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The people - everyone knows everyone given that it is a small firm and it is really friendly.

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Industry: Consulting Department: Consulting Job Title: Associate Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The opportunity to think creatively about a problem, and then convey your answers in a persuasive manner to the decision maker

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Industry: Consulting Department: Consulting Job Title: Associate Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The people I work with are top quality - everyone is intelligent and also fun to be around.

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Industry: Consulting Department: Strategy Consulting Job Title: Associate Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

1) Working with very intelligent colleagues
2) On the whole interesting work

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Industry: Consulting Department: Consulting Job Title: Associate Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Great colleagues and working environment; uncharacteristically (for consulting) work/life balance; interesting work.

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Industry: Consulting Job Title: Associate Consultant

Industry: Consulting Job Title: Associate Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The best things are the variety of things you do on a daily basis and the amount you learn and the diversity of skills you pick up in a very short period of time - lots of days I leave work having learned how to do something I didn't know how to do the day before. You constantly push your own limits professionally.

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Industry: Consulting Department: Teneo Consulting Job Title: Associate Consultant

Industry: Consulting

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Very interesting work, great colleagues and high levels of responsibility. The opportunity to make a genuine impact is a big daily motivator.

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Industry: Consulting Job Title: Associate Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Interesting clients and diverse work.

Relatively short projects (my longest has been c.3 months).

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Industry: Consulting Job Title: Associate Consultant

Industry: Consulting Job Title: Associate Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Working in an environment full of highly intelligent and friendly colleagues. The work is varied, fast paced and challenging.

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Industry: Consulting Job Title: Associate Consultant

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Application Advice:

Practice your maths tests and prepare a consulting orientated CV and cover letter.

Interview Advice:

Case study preparation.

Associate Consultant, Teneo Management Consulting at Teneo Consulting (formerly Credo)
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Application Advice:

Take every opportunity to attend recruitment days and events and get to know the company well before applying.

Interview Advice:

Do as much case study practice as you can and make sure you are as logical as possible when working through problems.

Associate Consultant, Consulting at Teneo Consulting (formerly Credo)
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Application Advice:

Be sure to highlight both your academic as well as non-academic achievement (they take notice of non-academic/professional qualities as well!)

Interview Advice:

There was a CV screening stage and an online test. Following this, there were 2 rounds of interviews. The interviewers were all very friendly and helpful. I was (admittedly) fairly nervous but I found that they weren't out to 'grill' me but were genuinely interesting in hearing what I had to say!

Associate Consultant, Management Consulting at Teneo Consulting (formerly Credo)
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Application Advice:

Focus on the relevant skills you have started to develop and be ready to give evidence of where they have been used, and what the outcome was.
Don't over-inflate your experiences, as this will be clear to whoever is reading your application.

Interview Advice:

Remember that the interviewer is on your side, and try to not be too nervous. Practice the case study element with friends to get into the habit of thinking through a problem before launching into the answer.
Remember that one of the things you are being assessed on is whether you could be put in front of a client, so act professionally throughout.

Associate Consultant, Management Consulting at Teneo Consulting (formerly Credo)
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Application Advice:

Anything you write on your CV should discuss the impact you had in the particular role you played.

Interview Advice:

When making assumptions on a case study interview, choose easy numbers to multiply. Research the industries the company operates in and the trends within these markets.

Associate Consultant, Consultancy at Teneo Consulting (formerly Credo)
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Interview Advice:

Be yourself - everyone is very friendly.

Associate Consultant, Consulting at Teneo Consulting (formerly Credo)
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Interview Advice:

Practice case studies and be comfortable with solving problems in a formal setting; be structured and thorough in your answers.

Associate Consultant, Consulting at Teneo Consulting (formerly Credo)
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Application Advice:

1) Research the company
2) Reach out to current employees

Associate Consultant, Strategy Consulting at Teneo Consulting (formerly Credo)
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Application Advice:

Attend recruitment events (especially our Introduction to Strategy Day) to meet people in person and get a feel for the company - it will allow you to make a more accurate assessment of your fit at Teneo, and will also help you to make your application stand out.

Interview Advice:

Do as much preparation as you can - both for the case interview and the CV/fit interview. But don't allow that preparation to leave you rigid and inflexible - engage with your interviewer and be reactive to the specific questions that they are asking you on the day.

Associate Consultant, Consulting at Teneo Consulting (formerly Credo)
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Application Advice:

Prepare! Do practice case studies before the real deal. Always think before you speak - this is a skill which not many people naturally have, make sure to practice it before you do an interview. Always sense-check your answers - is what you are saying reasonable? Does it make sense?

Interview Advice:

Interviews follow a pretty standard consulting interview pattern - CV chats, case studies, and finally a partner presentation with some prep time. Our interviewers are generally nice and helpful, we're not trying to make you fail. In general, being reasonable and showing you can think in a structured way is more important than getting to the right answer. Always read all the information you're given, ask sensible questions, sense-check your answers, and engage with the interviewer. Preparation is key: practice mental maths (especially under pressure!), case studies, as well as open-ended qualitative "so what" questions. Make sure to prepare for the CV chat as well. Lots of people struggle providing coherent answers to very simple questions. Even if a question is straightforward and you know what you'd like to answer, take a second to structure your response before you launch into it. And finally, be friendly and communicative! We are looking for nice colleagues who are capable of working in teams. Not being able to take direction from the interviewer, or not being able to ask sensible questions if you're unsure of something, is a bad sign.

Associate Consultant, at Teneo Consulting (formerly Credo)
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Application Advice:

It is very important to be clear about why you want to become a strategy consultant and why at Teneo Consulting.

Interview Advice:

Do your research on the company and make sure you have done some case study practice.
The interviewers want you to succeed, so listen to what they are saying during the case studies.
Don’t be afraid to show your personality. Teneo Consulting has a very friendly and open office culture and it’s important for the interviewer to get to know you.

Associate Consultant, Teneo Consulting at Teneo Consulting (formerly Credo)
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Interview Advice:

There are plenty of resources that cater towards the case study portion of the interview process. Read through these and practice as many as possible to get comfortable with the format - this will make a huge difference when it comes to them interviews themselves!

Teneo Consulting (formerly Credo)
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Application Advice:

Make sure your CV is concise but gets across your relevant experience, in terms of both work experience and other opportunities.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you prepare well. Stay calm and try to come across as friendly and someone people would want to work with.

Associate Consultant, at Teneo Consulting (formerly Credo)
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Best:

Great culture, everyone is very friendly and helpful

Associate Consultant, Consulting at Teneo Consulting (formerly Credo)
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Best:

Company culture/environment - everyone is super nice and the upper management genuinely cares for the wellbeing of all employees! Also, internally everyone is quite committed to ensuring cohesion so its almost like a work 'family' once you join.

Worst:

Nothing really - although if you're expecting a massive firm with 50 offices worldwide this is not that kind of firm.

However, the firm does have enough international presence such that there are some overseas offices, and enough opportunity for travel if that's what you're after.

Associate Consultant, Management Consulting at Teneo Consulting (formerly Credo)
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Best:

The people , the training, the work and the future prospects - we are currently growing rapidly and it is a very exciting time to be at Teneo, with lots of new opportunities opening up.
The management is also a definite upside. Everyone is kept very 'in-the-loop' about the project pipeline, staffing and other business news. Senior members of the team are also very approachable.

Worst:

There are a couple of cultural adjustments to be made as we integrate into the wider Teneo, but these are being handled well so far.

Associate Consultant, Management Consulting at Teneo Consulting (formerly Credo)
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Best:

The people are so friendly !

Worst:

The hours can be bad sometimes but they are never consistently bad and you often know when it they will be so you can plan accordingly

Associate Consultant, Consultancy at Teneo Consulting (formerly Credo)
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Best:

Variety of work, great culture

Worst:

N/A

Associate Consultant, Consulting at Teneo Consulting (formerly Credo)
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Best:

Meritocratic, responsive organisation. Takes good care of employees. Very good salary, all employee concerns are listened to.

Worst:

Work-life balance can get really bad.

Associate Consultant, at Teneo Consulting (formerly Credo)
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Best:

Fast growing company which allows for high levels of responsibility early on coupled with exposure to high quality of clientele. The colleagues are also amazing!

Teneo Consulting (formerly Credo)
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Best:

Feedback and reviews.

Mix of project and clients.

Worst:

Can be long hours.

Associate Consultant, at Teneo Consulting (formerly Credo)
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Best:

The people and the culture, everyone is very friendly and approachable. The office is small so you get a lot of responsibility straight away and learn quickly as a result.

Worst:

Sometimes the hours are very intense, but this is occasional rather than constant.

Associate Consultant, at Teneo Consulting (formerly Credo)
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Best:

Good colleagues
Interesting work
Good work environment

Worst:

Long hours

Associate Consultant, at Teneo Consulting (formerly Credo)
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