through career innovation
Striving for a systemic change with people and impact
We spend roughly 80,000 hours of our lifetime working, and everyone has the power to make a positive impact on the environment and the lives of those around them through their career.
Yet landing the right job has become an increasingly challenging endeavour in today’s changing world of work. The labour market is substantially affected by skills mismatch; a global crisis that is putting people away from where their talents are really needed. On the flip side, organizations are suffering from the lack of productivity due to the increased difficulty in identifying talent with the right skill sets and motivations for the job.
This is particularly true for the social impact sector which has seen massive growth since the 2008 GFC. For us, when it comes to impact making, it is not only about the improved performance in labour productivity and competitiveness. But it is also how we make sure that individuals get to tap into the right opportunities and their full potential in order to maximize the impact they want to make in this world.