With a constantly changing career market, not to mention the impact of Covid-19, Bronwyn Wilde’s timing in launching her professional career coaching business, Career Logic, could not be better.
“When people arrive at an intersection in their career journey, this is the time to engage in career exploration. I help my clients to identify a career pathway that reflects their true selves,” she says. “I partner with clients to deliver a tailored, strengths-based package designed to identify career opportunities, whether they are starting out, choosing or changing their careers.”
Career Logic has coaching packages for high school students and teens, university graduates, people returning to work or those who are simply looking for a change. And after a successful career in recruitment, human resources and management, Bronwyn says this is her “passion project”.
“Career Logic allows me to do what I really enjoy on a day to day basis and that’s sharing in the career experience of my clients. I feel particularly passionate about career aspiration and opportunity awareness, and the promotion of and the need for that.”
Clients have several one-on-one sessions with Bronwyn, whether face-to-face or online, meaning there are no limits to who she can work with from her Ōrewa coaching space – she recently coached a client living in Munich.
“I’m the facilitator of my clients’ change process. We’re on a journey to enhance self-knowledge, expand opportunity awareness and make informed decisions leading to purposeful actions. The ‘Aha!’ moments are not limited to coaching sessions, either. I provide takeaways or homework to enhance the learning experience and this is further advanced by accessibility to a cloud-based career exploration profile available at any time and from anywhere.
“Most importantly, we focus on what is strong and not what is wrong. I’m their change agent and cheerleader, as well as their accountability buddy.”
Bronwyn and her family moved to the Coast from the central city 11 years ago after her son was born, and chose Ōrewa for its sense of community and beach lifestyle.
“We love it. Now I can’t imagine living anywhere else,” she says.