A career change is always a daunting task: The typical questions in people's minds are: Is the company right for me? How would the role fit into my career aspiration? Am I getting paid enough? Given our extensive experience of hiring for firms internationally, we will be able to help address some of the queries mentioned.

What would you do if you knew you could not fail?
What have you been fantasizing about? Moving to the next level? Making a career change? Owning your own business? Making a living from your art? Get back in touch with your deepest career aspirations and then ask yourself, "What's stopping me...?" Explore yourself through the use of assessments and other facilitative techniques and gain a greater awareness of your natural talents, strengths and interests

Why to have a GOAL in life?
Many of us spend most of our working hours engaged in work. Yet over 75% or working population is not happy with their current job situation. Here comes the importance of having a Goal. A goal helps you focus on what you want to do for a living.

Let us talk about CAREER GOAL
Rather than limiting your future, a career goal may help you discover career opportunities that you wouldn’t have thought of otherwise. There are several job opportunities with any chosen career. For instance, if you choose a medicine as career, you may want to be a scientist, a nurse or a doctor. A career goal will also guide you into doing what you want with your life – rather than just drifting into a job. Generally, career goal in based on your skills and interests, career possibilities, and job trends. Once you have chosen a career, think strategically about the steps to accomplish your goal. Understanding and accomplishing your career goal will be a lot easier if you also create a career plan. A career plan determines your skills and interests, what career best suits your talents and what skills and training you need for your chosen career.

Tips on achieving a Career Goal
Analyze and evaluate your skills and capabilities

Whether you’re employed, unemployed, considering a career change, re-entering the job market, or recently graduated, the first step toward reaching your career potential is to objectively analyze and evaluate your skills and capabilities.

Set realistic goals
create a career plan that will give you a competitive edge. Be specific. Have it reviewed objectively.

Use marketing techniques for a competitive edge
you need to implement an effective marketing strategy to increase your visibility and give you an edge. Create a career plan to meet your needs.

Find long term support, even after your short term career goals are met
In order to keep growing, stay abreast of market trends and issues related to your career growth and development. Use an objective partner to support you.

Use an approach that meets your needs
Don’t follow guidelines in a book or from a friend if they are not comfortable for you and representative of who you are. Be authentic in designing a plan that really reflects who you are.

Please feel free to seek a direct meeting with any of our consultants for practical, reliable advice on your career. You may contact us at for a free, no obligation appointment. Our highly experienced consultants, who are continually in touch with employers and candidates alike, have their pulse on the hiring market. In addition, our wide network of global offices gives us excellent insights into the international recruitment market.

Contact us today and let us help you reach an effective career decision!