“Managing our lives, our careers, learning and development is much more complicated than it ever used to be.

Almost every working individual experiences times of feeling stuck, personally or professionally, unhappy at work or not being clear about what to do next or how to get there – wherever “there” is.

As career management specialists it is a privilege to work with individuals and employees to help them find career clarity, personal and professional congruence and direction.

We aim to engage people on their own unique learning journey towards greater self-awareness and to have the confidence and tools to create the change they want.

We offer career management coaching, personal/professional development and transition support to individuals, employees and work teams. We work in a holistic and integrated way and are committed and inspired to make a real difference for YOU, and all the people we work with.”

Kaye Avery, Career Management Specialist

We can support you to achieve the outcomes you want.

We work with

  • People wanting a highly professional CV and to successfully navigate the job market

  • Individuals facing significant career and life transitions

  • People in any context wanting to transform limiting situations or build self confidence

  • Professionals who want to improve effectiveness through coaching and supervision

  • Organisations during restructuring and when managing change

  • Teams needing to build resilience and improve dynamics

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2905, 2016

Career opportunies balance challenge and skills

May 29th, 2016|0 Comments

Think of a significant career achievement. What skills did it draw from you? What helped you to achieve the objective?

This level of detail and self awareness is valuable in determining your career development and potential. Many people describe career highlights […]

2105, 2016

Finding a constructive way out.

May 21st, 2016|0 Comments

It takes a certain amount of confidence, conscious thought and planning to exit constructively from work that you are no longer enjoying.

Changing jobs—and especially changing careers—is a delicate process. When you notice that you […]



How you can get motivated to get back into work – Radio Live January 2016

Let yourself be silently drawn by the strange pull of what you really love. It will not lead you astray. Rumi

“Let us know how we can help you; email us now.”
Kaye Avery