Navrose Singh | Interview

by | Dec 2, 2022

Navrose Singh

At SVGC we’re proud to be a small business formed of experienced, highly qualified people operating on a national platform. Our team collectively has vast knowledge of strategic planning, public sector decisions, innovative technologies, data science and agile working methodologies.

Get to know our Junior Project Manager, Navrose Singh.

What are your ‘must haves’ to start the working day?

My day starts with coming downstairs to see my dog wagging his tail so fast that he might fly off! Then I make myself a coffee or traditional Indian tea called ‘Chaa’ with either a slice of toast or a few biscuits and then I am all set.

What’s your proudest work achievement to date?

As I am at the very beginning of my career, I would say there is a lot of learning and accomplishments that I can do along the way. For the present, my proudest moment would be to secure a graduate role before graduating. I have also started my MSc in Project Management while working and gaining valuable experience.

What do you love most about what you do?

Project management requires a lot of coordination between teams to ensure the projects move along as they should. I love being the ‘Captain of the Boat’ as it gives a feeling of satisfaction and achievement, especially when you see all the project planning come to life during the execution phase.

In addition, I love that my role requires skills and capabilities which are similar to my values and my personality allowing me to be my true self and helping clients achieve their goals and objectives through delivery of projects.

What does your typical working day look like?

So far, I have not experienced a typical day, every day is different with a challenge/reward and a new lesson to learn. It is very exciting to come to work and learn different things every day.

When you hit a wall workwise, what do you do to help overcome the hurdle?

I work with great people who support me and my learning, which is always motivating to overcome challenges and barriers. When I feel stuck, I seek help from my highly experienced colleagues who always help me to understand different perspectives on overcoming difficult situations.

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