The word pivot, on the other hand, is about – in the midst of this constant motion – to stop, think, reflect, look around, consider one’s options before making your next move – ensuring that it’s a considered, mindful and strategic step.
Also, to be the pivot of a situation means to be the centre, the core or heart of an issue – the raison d’être or reason for being.
I am excited to join people on their personal journey of discovery, helping them follow their unique path and encouraging them to explore unchartered territory. I use a selection of relevant theories, techniques and tools to guide people through critical stages in their lives.
I have over a decade’s experience in the development and use of psychometric assessments and believe that, when chosen carefully and appropriately, these can have a very positive effect. Helping people make the most of the decision-making that lies ahead of them.
On a personal note, I am a wife and mother of two gorgeous girls.
Through the years, I have collaborated with amazing colleagues on various projects, presented at national and international conferences and published a number of articles. Some examples follow:
- Co-authored chapter in book
- Published article in Human Capital Review
- Presented at the 2014 MBTI® Users Conference in Dubai:
So please take the first step of making contact. Who knows where it will take us…