The Career Intelligence tool supports an inside-out approach to career coaching.
The three main areas of CareerEQ are career development for individuals, redundancy support (generally paid for by the companies) and professional development, which includes referrals from HR of employees who may be disaffected or underperforming, for whatever reason. The company works with private clients (self-funded individuals) and employers.
Who would have thought that life as we’ve known it would be sideswiped like this and all sense of normality and certainty - go? We are all asking whether life as it was, will ever return. We ask, ‘Will I have a job - a business - a career'? This is a crisis on a [...]
The gloomy, orange sky in Auckland this week was a disturbing phenomenon. As we started the working year with the Australian fires concerning us, I wondered if this and the many crises we are experiencing now are affecting us and the way we think about the work we do.
This morning, on my regular hike up Maungarei (Mount Wellington) I felt particularly inspired. The 360° view of Auckland under a veil of gentle drizzle, the golden seed heads of fennel everywhere and the young fitness coach encouraging rangatahi to push on to the top - made me feel happy to be alive. I get [...]
So said Katy Perry when she was interviewed by Toni Street on Seven Sharp earlier this week. Not being a fan, I didn’t understand or know about Perry’s philanthropic and altruistic leanings. It’s interesting because I’m noticing an incoming king tide of young people like her with similar aspirations. If you haven’t already noticed, there is [...]
Today’s work environment requires a degree of entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship has a wide-ranging definition and application. It is very closely aligned to the word “protean” which comes from the Mythical Greek Sea God “Proteus,” who was known for predicting and foretelling the future and his versatility and adaptability to acclimatise himself to successfully meet and thrive in the future he envisioned.
“Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves.” – Carl Jung. The sensitivities and manners required in the workplace develop an adaptive 'self' with behaviours that help us to survive and to fit in. But the deeper aspects of our selves are where our real work lies. Our true character consists of those [...]
It sounds idealistic to be talking about meaningful work. After all, isn’t that the privilege of very few people? These days it seems so. Yet meaningful work is work that we are intrinsically attracted to and committing to that direction could ultimately lead to deeply satisfying work. So why would we not follow what interests [...]
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 are being compared. People who are keen to get ahead strive to be compared favourably. As a result of other [...]