We are a global, agile and experienced leadership development and career management practice, whose key focus is supporting the development of individuals and teams to be more productive, confident, happy, motivated and skilled at doing their best work.
Our focus includes developing talent, navigating challenging situations, supporting senior leadership and building strong female talent pipelines.
We started The Career Business in 2009 when companies and individuals were navigating difficult markets. With our strong corporate experience spanning many years and different industries, we built our practice to support clients with four main pillars:
- Leadership Development – creating greater impact as individuals, and as managers or leaders of teams
- Coaching – supporting individuals and teams to deliver lasting value through personalised development
- Developing a strong pool of professional women who manage themselves with confidence and intent
- Career Management – ensuring competitive advantage through career solutions and advisory which cover the life cycle of companies.
Our team of qualified coaches and consultants all have corporate backgrounds and are based across Asia Pacific and in the UK. We’ve all led teams, have worked in many countries and have navigated multi-cultural environments.
To support clients we have a library of resources and the work we do can be delivered face to face or online. In addition we host some of our programmes as self-directed online learning.
We’re experienced, great listeners and passionate about making a positive impact on everyone we meet.
Being delivered a blow, such as losing your job is really tough. You’re likely to experience a range of emotions, which are normal, but can make it difficult to move forward. Developing a ‘growth mindset’ is a great way to help in these situations. We’ll explain here...
Mentally and emotionally it’s tough when changes such as Covid-19 hit us. We don’t necessarily have control over what’s happening in the wider world, but we do have a choice about how we personally respond. Framing the situation as positively as possible will be...
One of the most unpleasant tasks of leadership is letting people go. Even when it’s in the best interests of the company, you may still feel guilty, particularly when it’s a redundancy. So how should you prepare for, and deliver the news, and what else should you take...
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