We are now entering a time of transformational technological and social change. Our work and the way we work will change significantly. What will this mean for you?

Even now, almost every working individual experiences times of being stuck, in transition, unhappy at work or not being clear about what to do next or where their career could take them. 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 engage people on their own unique learning journey towards greater self-awareness, encouraging confidence and giving them the 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

  • Individuals facing significant career and life transitions

  • People in any context wanting to transform limiting beliefs and situations, and to build self confidence

  • People using redundancy to re-configure their career journey, get guidance on accessing the roles they want and have targeted interview coaching.
  • Employees wanting to improve workplace effectiveness and access to career opportunities

  • Organisations during restructuring and when managing change

  • Teams needing to build resilience and improve dynamics

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1207, 2016

Could mindfulness be a career planning risk?

July 12th, 2016|0 Comments

Mindfulness is a great tool for self and career-management but I have often wondered whether it could also be the antithesis of career planning or imagining future outcomes. A mindfulness practice trains the mind to stay present, [...]

2106, 2016

Imposter syndrome – the domain of the high achiever

June 21st, 2016|0 Comments

One thing the Western world is very good at is making comparisons.  We grow up being compared – within the family, in class, at University and when competing for business.  We grow up believing we [...]



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

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