Solomon Avioroko

Solomon Avioroko

Solomon Avioroko

Managing Director | Smeep Consultancy Services

<p style=”text-align: justify;”> Solomon started his working career as a broadcaster in 1970. Five years later he left for the UK for further studies. First degree is in Industrial  Management – 1978(UK). He also holds a master’s degree in public administration-1988 (Unilag).</p>

<p style=”text-align: justify;”> Solomon worked with the Industrial Training Fund, the apex manpower development organization in the country for about 15 years before he left to join Coca-Cola Nigeria Limited, the Region Office of The Coca-Cola Company here in Nigeria (1994-1999) as the Training &amp; Manpower Development Manager. At the request of the Nigerian Bottling Company, Solomon was seconded to the Nigerian Bottling Company to support the HR function by mid-February 1999 as “Head of Management Training”, a portfolio he held until August, 2001 when he resigned his appointment to join the Lagos Business School as the Marketing Manager. January 2005, he was appointed the Marketing Director, Executive Education, effective January 2006 and Director Special Programmes 2010, a position he held until February 2012 when he formally retired from the Lagos Business School. He however remains on the LBS faculty handling sessions that cut across the LBS Executive programmes to In-house Seminars and other short duration seminars. He is currently the Managing Director of Smeep Consultancy Services with well-equipped training facilities available for rental when not occupied. </p>

<p style=”text-align: justify;”> With over 35 years working experience in human resource and manpower development, he has made impact on the lives of thousands of employees in various organizations from supervisory to executive level and greatly added value to the operations of many corporate organizations in Nigeria through his various training and manpower development interventions.</p>

<p style=”text-align: justify;”> His prowess in consultancy and manpower development is drawn from his very broad training and development exposure over the years having worked with ILO expatriates, the Coca-Cola Learning Consortium and many other training and manpower development bodies in Nigeria.</p>

<p style=”text-align: justify;”>Solomon is a Fellow of Nigerian Institute of Training and Development and is widely traveled.</p>