Training for Organisations
I am a qualified Trainer holding a Level 6 Specific Purpose Certificate in Training and Development (Training Delivery & Evaluation and Training Needs Identification & Design).
I have designed and presented trainings in areas including Self-Marketing (CVs, Interviews etc), Working to Strengths, Resilience and Career Development.
I am a passionate believer in supporting employees to help them be happier, more fulfilled and reach their potential at work, thereby enabling business success and fostering a culture of opportunity, support and team spirit.
I can provide individual and group support for companies who have employees considering or dealing with redundancy or redeployment. This can be help with career pivots, career management and self-marketing skills to enable them to put their best foot forward in the job market or start their own enterprises.
I provide Executive Coaching in-house for individuals or groups including Leadership Coaching, On-boarding, Transition Coaching, Career Management, Succession Planning and Retirement Coaching.
I am pleased to be a member of The Counsel, a team of experienced professionals who can give you a decisive, individualised appraisal of where you are, and a roadmap to where you want to go. We offer you many years’ combined track records in corporate and SME markets.
Our specialists have proven their worth in: Business Development, Financial + Legal Advisory, Marketing & Branding, Technical solutions, Training & Coaching.
Are you seeing your business opportunities clearly? Could you benefit from objective, insightful assessment of your potential? Whatever your market, we can help you deal with roadblocks, identify new directions and change tack when it’s wise.
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Contact Collette now to discuss your needs
Collette Bryson of Engage Life Coaching held an in-person and online training event focusing on personal empowerment, training, skills and succession practices in the workplace. Collette helped the participants to review the commonality that exists in our network and how diversity of skills will strengthen it. Review of commonality and how to best build capacity across the network discussed. Improving workplace practices was discussed and training opportunities identified.
Bringing in the Career Coach Collette Bryson really helped to focus the network on the reasons for training and the individual’s responsibility to invest time thinking about their work and what tools would help them to succeed and be happy in the workplace. Collette also introduced a number of motivational work models and the reconsideration of motivation. TFI Local link are both lucky and grateful to have identified such an excellent provider.
Una O'Neill D'Arcy, LocalLink