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Career Analysts Newsletter

Issue 1 - 2012


This Issue Contains:

Career Agility & Engagement Report 2012

Introducing the Career Agility Indicator Tool

In the News

Welcome to our new Client Solutions Manager


At Career Analysts we have had an exceptionally busy start to 2012.  We welcome our new clients and we look forward to an exciting and positive year ahead.

Career Agility & Engagement Report 2012

The Career Agility & Engagement Report 2012 research reflects the online responses of over 1,000 individuals from Australia and New Zealand.  Our purpose was to understand the career mobility and engagement levels across a variety of organisations, career stages, ages, and gender. 

Some key headlines from the report include:


  • 31% of respondents want to accelerate their careers and only 14% want to “dial-down” their careers
  • Only 2% of people were truly career-mobile
  • 50% of respondents intend to leave their organisations in the next 3 years
  • Identify those with high drive: they also wanted faster career growth, more responsibility, more learning opportunities and longer working hours
  • Only 9% of females want to lead at a senior level – what does this mean to those driving a diversity agenda?
We will be providing seminars in key centres where you can hear the full story; webinars will be available for those who can’t attend.  Alternatively, email to secure your personal copy of the report today.

Introducing the Career Agility Indicator Tool

cid:image006.jpg@01CD0697.D598C640The Career Agility Indicator is designed to support quality talent conversations and facilitate powerful career conversations in organisations.  Used across the employee life-cycle from graduates through to critical talent, it is designed to help individuals reflect on their current career situation and to assist organisations in their talent planning.   READ MORE HERE . . .


Career Analysts In the News

We’ve been in hot demand in 2012 with published articles.

Note: When opening articles you may need to click View, Rotate View to adjust to read

News.jpgAnne Fulton, Career Analysts Director, recently had a piece published in the Sunday Star Times “Is Your Career in Good Health”.  Is your career fighting-fit?  Or just plain fighting to stay alive?  Your career, like your body, needs to be looked after and given the right ‘nutrition’ and ‘supplements’ in order to stay healthy so that it is better equipped to cope with changing conditions, being resistant to the various ‘ill’s and chills’ that come about as the seasons change.  CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE

Debbie Schultz, Career Analysts Career Engagement Specialist, had an article recently published  “Beyond Outplacement, The long term strategy to successful restructuring”. How well is your organisation managing its people before and after a restructure? This article looks at some thoughts on how a broader approach to career planning during change might support change success in your business. CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE

Other Career Analysts articles recently published:

Making a Great Decision – Saying Yes or No to  a job offer

I Love my Work

Managing a Change Strategically

Matching Company Culture

Get the Right Work Life Balance


Welcome our new Client Solutions Manager

We are very excited to announce that Jennifer Domett has recently joined Career Analysts.   Jennifer brings an exceptional background knowledge of the HR industry and the NZ commercial environment through her years in the recruitment industry.  We are sure that those who have future contact with her will find her exceptionally client focused and she is looking forward to building strong relationships with our clients.


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