Career Compass Canada partners with clients to develop strategic people solutions that align with business needs, strategic objectives and successfully manage change. Optimizing talent is key to ensure continuous growth, innovation and leadership at all levels of the organization. We do this by listening to our clients and developing solutions in a collaborative framework that ensures strategies address challenges and are sustainable. We have worked with hundreds of clients for more than 25 years across a range of sectors both private and public addressing challenges and opportunities that accompany change, expansion and alignment.  Our specialized division Executive Coach Global provides excellence in leadership training and executive development both mid level and senior roles delivered by our ICF credentialed team.

Our multidisciplinary team of executive coaches, career transition specialists and HR consultants design and deliver customized services through these key areas:

Talent Development: Developing people and teams through our engagement, leadership and executive coaching platforms.

Career Transition: Providing departing employees regardless of age or role with high quality and personal transition professional coaching for successful landing and career development.

Career Management: Assisting employees to understand the importance of managing their careers by planning, establishing goals, continuous professional and personal improvement.

Human Resources Consulting: Providing specialized support services to address specific challenges by designing and delivering solutions that are focused and sustainable.

 

Career Partners International (CPI) – Global Partner

Career Compass Canada’s Global Partner for seamless delivery is Career Partners International.

CPI is one of the world’s largest and most successful global talent management consultancies, ensuring our clients have local experts with global reach in talent development, career management, executive coaching, outplacement and career transition services. Since 1987, organizations of all sizes and across industries have relied on CPI to successfully assess, engage, develop and transition talent.  With a global footprint of nearly 300 offices in over 45 countries, Career Partners International draws on the expertise of more than 1,600 professionals experienced in talent assessment and acquisition, talent development and career management, executive coaching, career transition, and outplacement services.

For more information on Career Partners International, please click here.

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