future-proof 

your career

We work with sports people from all disciplines. Learn how best to take advantage of all your LinkedIn account has to offer. These lessons teach you what LinkedIn is, why you need to be on it and how it differs from other social media platforms. We start with how to build a profile that works for you. Understand 'Know, Like & Trust' and why it matters in business.​ Book a quick call with us.

transferable skills

and purpose

For some people, all they've ever known is sport, and transitioning from a sporting career to a second career can be a challenging process. Get the skills necessary to envision a new career, plot a transition plan and excel in your new role. Book a quick call with us.

building and maintaining your greatest assets

You have skills outside of sport, and a network that can provide the building blocks of your next career. You're just not utilising it efficiently. Book a quick call with us.

How else do we help?

Purpose

Find your purpose after a life of sport and understand opportunities.

Learning

How do you learn best? Discover how to achieve your personal and professional goals.

Network

Grow your professional network and influence by building meaningful and lasting relationships.

Next Step

Learn how to use LinkedIn to grow your network, learn new skills, and find job opportunities.

Search

How do you find the right position for your interests, skills, and experience?

Pitch

Discover how to sell yourself in a short period of time with a memorable "elevator pitch."

Strength

Discover your strengths. Learn how to identify what you do best and make your strengths align with the work you do.

C.V.

Create a resume that impresses and speaks to your personal and professional strengths.

Interview

Land the job you want. Master tose common questions.

Early Career

Learn how to proactively manage your career by building a career profile that will guide your future growth

Your Brand

Craft a personal brand that puts you in control of your career and attracts opportunities.

Meetings

What are the unwritten rules for successful meetings?