CareerEQ-career management specialists

Why talk to a career coach?

Everyone, at some time in their career, experiences career uncertainty. Situations such as uncertain work, struggling to find the right job, unhappiness in the workplace or feeling stuck and unable to see a way forward, can impact negatively. Most often creating the change needed is difficult and usually stressful.

Talking to a qualified career specialist will help you sort through the miriad of concerns and influences you have about the change needed and give you strategies and tools to take action.

Why CareerEQ?

CareerEQ career specialists know about careers and career management. Our consultants are well trained and experienced. We guide individuals to:

  • make holistic, validated career decisions
  • manage workplace challenges
  • be more aligned and successful at work – and in life
  • successfully manage redundancy or any change that impacts them
  • create dynamic CVs that give traction to their job search
  • be successful in their job search and interviews.

CareerEQ specialists are inspired to make a real difference for YOU and all the people we work with.

Kaye Avery, Principal Consultant, CareerEQ – Career Management Specialists

CareerEQ works with

  • Individuals facing significant career decisions – at all ages and levels of occupational competence

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

  • People using redundancy to re-configure their career, effectively manage their job search and have interview coaching.

  • Employers wanting support for employees affected by redundancy or career development coaching

  • Employees wanting to improve workplace effectiveness or access to career opportunities within their employing organisation

  • Teams needing to build resilience and improve dynamics

Our Mission: We are dedicated to developing people and committed to growing a more conscious and sustainable world.

"Conscious career management happens when personal and career development come together." – Kaye Avery

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CareerEQ Specialists now have a CV writing service.

Email us your current CV and what you would like us to help you achieve with your CV.

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

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