Career Management Program


Coaching is unlocking a person’s potential to maximise their own performance. It is helping them to learn rather than teaching them. (Timothy Gallwey, Harvard educationalist and tennis expert)

Good coaching, and for that matter, good mentoring, should take the performer beyond the limitations of the coach or mentor’s own knowledge. (Sir John Witmore, Coaching for Performance)



Career Management Coaching has three main components

  1. Taking you out of the day-to-day of life and making you think about your career objectives and how to get there.
  2. Having a third party (your coach) look at your career to date, your goals and your ideas unburdened by what you know already (or what you think you know but perhaps are just assuming).
  3. Using a structured and methodical system to analyse your career path (and you) and to guide you (through the program) as to what to do to aim at your goals and address the things holding you back.