We support organisations to develop people within their roles by offering midlife career coaching and increase team functionality by providing intergenerational team development.
It is our strong belief that in a fast changing society with an ageing workforce, companies need to focus on their future organisational strategy.
One key ingredient of this is ensuring that current and future staff will fit in with, and enhance, this strategy.
MIDLIFE CAREER COACHING
With a third of the working population being over 50 by 2020, less young people entering the job market and increasing immigration restrictions, organisations need to retain and train their midlife professionals to keep them engaged.
INTERNAL CAREER TRANSITION
A healthy organisation will make sure their staff is challenged and exposed to new opportunities within that organisation.
Looking at having four generations working within your organisation at the moment, especially the generations born after 1980 need to be challenged more frequently to keep them engaged.
INTERGENERATIONAL TEAM DEVELOPMENT
Your employees may have experienced a manager who told them what to do, a manager who demanded a work-life balance or an employee who was very keen on personal development.
These are typical examples of how different generations require things at different points in their careers. It is therefore important for organisations to relate to all generations and at the same time bridge the gaps between them.
I worked with her for many years and find her an excellent career coach. She is analysing the questioning very well and is not afraid to confront. She is practical and thinks in processing and planning”.
Her counsel and expertise were extremely useful in my early career journey. She took the time to understand my strengths and weaknesses, and expertly guided me given my specific goals — without any ‘cookie-cutter’ solutions”.
Although she is all-round in her methods, her real force is working one to one with customers as a coach, who generates wonderful results”.