We aim to inspire confidence in people to navigate their pathway for career success and to reach their true potential. Our fast-track programs equip participants with essential career development and life skills, connecting them with networks for employment and educational opportunities.
Inspiring career seekers to be the best they can be is what drives us. As we move towards our goal of becoming a world-class business, we will continually guide people using well researched career navigation systems that produce results. We will deliver high quality programs that are sustainable and meet the anticipated future needs of all our customers.
Who We Are
Lisa Floyd and Stephanie Morris are the Co-Founders of My Next Steps and together they share a passion for creating opportunities for people to navigate their own career direction and pathways, enjoying the benefits of fulfilment from their career choices. My Next Steps is born of that passion and a vision is to inspire confidence in people to be able to make informed decisions to achieve career success and reach their true potential.
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How we do it
Our fast-track programs have been intelligently designed using a scientific career navigation model. This will assist us as we work together to carefully match you with your most suited career occupations, explore your options and map your next steps to achieving your desired career goals. These programs and workshops will also equip participants with essential career development and life skills, and provide connections with relevant industry networks for employment and/or further educational opportunities.
What We Do
We offer a range of personalised programs and group workshops designed to help career seekers at all ages and stages of their career journey, from young adults who are making plans prior to leaving school, to those who have left school and are looking to find their next career step in life.
Our one2one programs are also popular and are tailored to suit career seekers who would like to transfer their skills to new industries.