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Specialising in Career and Interview Training & Development for the Public Service & Private Sector

Interviewing Zone

A unique set of resources to help you succeed at your next interview. Based on case studies from our Public Sector and Private Sector clients.

Career Zone

Find your career path through understanding your skills & capability. Manage your transitions - right up to early retirement!

Personal Development

Discover your psychological strengths and how to manage your own reactions to events. Understand how to harness stressful situations to your advantage.

Free Resources

Sample PDFs, Videos and Podcasts from our unique collection.

Over the last 25 years I have helped thousands of our clients nationally and internationally manage all forms of career transition – from induction, through selection and promotion right through to pre-retirement planning in both the Public and Private Sectors.
You will discover what drives your career choices and what you have to offer. You’ll learn how to identify your transferable and marketable skills.
I have worked in positions of responsibility in both in the Public Service and the Private Sector – so I am familiar with the challenges that working in these sectors present.
Please contact me via email, Skype or Zoom – for a free confidential consultation.

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Acing the Competency Interview – before you get there.

Every application form tells a story. If you did your homework – your application form tells the world that  you are a professional communicator with a future. If you slung the form together in a hurry  the impression is that you will approach the job in the same way; and

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