Kaye Avery’s Career2018-05-10T17:11:54+00:00

Kaye Avery, FMCDANZ Principal Consultant

Since beginning in the careers industry 1999 Kaye’s experience includes working in HR consulting, delivering and coordinating outplacement and career management services, recruitment and running her own business. This background ensures that she provides practical advice about navigating the complexity of workplace dynamics, the challenging job market and to be successful in acquiring the ‘right’ job.

Kaye often writes (or is interviewed for) articles in key magazines and newspapers on current career and job market trends. She has been interviewed on TVNZ’s Morning Report several times as a spokesperson for the Career Development Association of New Zealand, interviewed by Mark Sainsbury, Radio Live, and on RNZ; ‘Nine to Noon’ by Kathryn Ryan, and ‘Afternoons with Jim Mora’ by Jim Mora on topics of career/workforce issues and trends.

Being committed to on-going learning and development Kaye has an avid interest in psychology, sociology and the future. She has a Graduate Diploma in Career Development, is a Master NLP practitioner, has certificates in Advanced Supervision through NZAC, Enhanced Relationships Skills Training through the Imago Institute and is a Myers Briggs certified practitioner. She completed a research project in 2010 as part of the Masters in Career Development.

Kaye is a Fellow member and in 2014 and 2015 was President of the Career Development Association of New Zealand (CDANZ). To be a Fellow member of CDANZ (FMCDANZ) a practitioner must have worked in careers for over 7 years and have made a contribution to the Career Industry. Like Professional members, Fellows are bound by a Code of Ethics which ensures that the practitioner is competent and works within an ethical framework. She is also a member of the Human Resources Institute of New Zealand (HRINZ).

“It is about identity – who we are, what we want for our lives/careers and then developing practical strategies and steps to get there”. “my-approach”.