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  • Dental Assistants: Do you bake?

    This set me thinking about the nature of jobs. When we hear the name of a job or role what do we picture, or think it all’s about?...

  • Understanding your career options (Part 2)

    This data can provide really great insights - but only if you approach, and use, it correctly! It isn’t telling you what to do, simply telling you who you look like...

  • Understanding your career options

    Once you understand the areas where you'll be best able to develop talent, it makes it a lot easier to narrow down the kinds of careers that are likely to suit you...

  • You might have more options than you think... (Part 2)

    In Part 1, I showed you how to identify the enterprise skills you are developing; now let's explore actual jobs to see how readily ‘transferable’ your skills are...

  • You might have more options than you think...

    In the world of work, Enterprise Skills are highly valued and in increasing demand across many jobs and industries...

  • Holiday Tips: Follow your Interests

    If you're going away during this summer break, think about what kind of environment, activities and atmosphere are going to be most refreshing and energising for you...

  • Do family gatherings leave you drained?

    If all your markers are low down on the Grid you may find hectic group interactions pretty wearing...

  • Indulge in the things that inspire you

    You should get to the end of your holiday, not only well-rested, but also feeling good about how you spent your time...

  • Doing (& developing) your best thing

    Take a few moments to reflect on the things you enjoy spending time on, have enthusiasm for, and put effort into - then ask yourself why you love those things...

  • Start your success story

    If you're not serious about putting in the time and the commitment now, you're not serious about having that future that you picture for yourself...

  • What do you aspire to?

    I've used hoozyu with young people who weren’t considered to have great futures ahead of them. I saw many light up at seeing their ‘best thing’...

  • Where could I shine?

    For all those old notions of the tortured genius, the truth is that most people shine at doing something they (really) love...

  • Who am I, really?

    The key question you have to be able to answer for yourself is “Who am I, really?” - the starting point is to acknowledge there is more to you than just how you see yourself...

  • Who am I, Usually?

    This is how you see yourself, and how you are able to behave when not experiencing the pressure or discomfort of an environment ill-suited to your Needs...

  • Motivation, Behaviour & Perspective

    Keep digging deeper and engaging with these scores and you'll keep getting more out of them!...

  • It's not what you think...

    How do we know what life as ‘an anything’ is really like, especially when we are in our teens...

  • Future-proof yourself

    There is a good deal being written, spoken and researched on the future of careers and the future world of work...

  • What shall I do with my life?

    Making decisions about what kind of job / career / lifestyle / endeavour you are working towards can be pretty difficult. It can take some of us a long time to discover what we really want to do...

  • Avoiding the post-success blues

    If you've ever had the experience of reaching an ultimate high point, then you probably know what's all too often on the other side...

  • Testing, testing, 1 2 3...

    Making the most of work-experience and internship opportunities will help you find the best path for you...

  • Engage Your Focus

    When you understand, and can intentionally engage, your focus you'll find you are able to achieve a whole new level of positive and productive work or activity...

  • The Interests Scale

    Everyone gets the same 10 Interests - but the order and magnitude of these scores is different for each individual...

  • Work in Progress: How are you developing yourself?

    Self-development is for everyone. Business leaders and CEOs, high school students and new graduates... there's no point at which you can dust off your hands and say 'done'...

  • 5 ideas for better group sessions using hoozyu

    Here are 5 ideas I think will help you get the most out of any group session around hoozyu - whether you're making use of a discussion guide or simply 'winging it'...!

  • The Colours of Interest

    Each Interest describes a unique area, but when we look at the groupings and colours of your Interest scores that can tell us something too...

  • A foundation for talent

    Understanding what works for us, and what doesn’t, is a very important step in understanding where and how we can develop our talent...

  • Start thinking environmentally…

    Picture a Sumatran Orangutan. If we thought like most career counsellors, we would suggest she needed to be in an environment with lots and lots of other hairy red apes...

  • Are you setting checkpoints?

    I don't know about you, but at the end of each month I find myself thinking in terms of how far through the year we are...

  • Reading the Grid: Diagonal Axes

    In the work that we do with large organisations & corporate clients we often talk about the diagonal axes on the Grid...

  • Reading the Grid: Understanding the Dimensions

    Although it appears as 4 coloured boxes, it's important to note that the whole Grid is actually a fine-grained scale...

  • Understanding Interest: Reading your Asterisk on the Grid

    In case it never clicked for you, your Asterisk on the Grid marks the 'average' of your 10 Interest scores...

  • Reading the Grid: a Map of Human Behaviour

    Most of the hoozyu data is fairly straightforward, but the Grid has a bit more to it than immediately meets the eye...