I had worked previously in significant HR roles in the public and private sectors. I enjoyed the jobs but could never seem to consistently achieve the outcomes that I expected.
I knew I had a passion for people and business, and I had grown up in an entrepreneurial environment. Building my own HR consulting business was the logical step, but I knew I couldn’t do it alone.
I transitioned from the private sector into HR Coach after getting a rare opportunity to ‘road-test’ the systems and processes in my last HR Manager role. In the process I became a convert to the power and simplicity of the Staff Systems, and the methodology that is linked throughout the toolkit.
The systems and processes made logical sense to me as a HR professional. When I implemented them and they worked it actually reignited my passion for people and business.
I couldn’t wait to get out and build my own business. It was still daunting and scary. However, I now have new clients already seeking my services, and I have a range of friends within the Network to access, share stories and get support.
Building a HR Business from Scratch is a Scary Prospect
The quality products, systems and methodologies work in the SME market.
I can be out building my business and billing work, rather than building IP that would need to be re-engineered for every new client.
I am passionate about people and business, and so are HR Coach and the 100 coaches.
Being part of a growing network of like-minded people means that I have support when necessary, and new friends instantly.