Right Career



The Volatile, Unpredictable, Complex and Ambiguous world in which we operate will require us all to be more flexible, resilient and open to change than ever before.

Self-knowledge of our individual purpose, what and how we value and the skills and attitudes we bring to the world will be vital if we are to succeed in finding not just a job, but the right job for us as individuals and for the organisations we join.

In this environment, the needs of organisations have not so much changed, as have been prioritised and these include:


  • Team working
  • Problem solving
  • Self-management
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to use own initiative but also to follow instructions
  • Leadership skills where necessary
  • Resilience


How would knowing you have the right employability skills and talents for your career help you land the right job? 

Whether you are starting out on your career, facing career or role change or starting your own business, having the assurance that as individuals you have the capacity to ‘do the right thing’ is critical for credibility, career and business success and vital for your reputation.

We deliver a profiling and coaching service with roots firmly in ‘value science’ and the competencies needed to lead, manage and work in the 21st century. Based on the work of Research Philosopher and Nobel Prize nominee Dr Robert S Hartman, we use axiological profiling to provide robust and objective insight into your talents and your access to these talents contributing to placing you in the right seat in the right organisation.

Leaving the life and environment you have known for some time, whether education or work, can be a daunting and somewhat confusing experience. During this time you may find yourself asking questions like:


  • What to do next?
  • Have I got what it takes?
  • What am I good at?
  • What do I enjoy?
  • Where to start?
  • How do I develop my skills to achieve my future goals?

Sources: www.luckyattitude.co.uk, Bloomberg, The Telegraph


Generation X not happy with their careers


millenials who want career change


graduates in 'non-professional' roles 6 months after leaving university


first time entrepreneurs whose businesses closed quickly and didn't try again

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