The Paperjam Club welcomes Keith Amoss HR consultancy as a new member. Introduction in three questions.
“Network with like-minded people in Luxembourg”
Could you please, in a few words, describe for us your company’s activity?
“What I do: With professional career coaching and encouraging mentorship I help you to be the best you can be – in the job you want to be doing.
What I have: I bring you my 25+ years of national and international experience at senior level which included working in organizational and Human Resources development, HR policy, project management and secretariat work. I have a Doctorate in Philosophy (PhD), hold the highest UK professional qualifications in Human Resources Management, am a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (FCIPD) with a Master of Arts (MA) degree in HRM and organizational design. I am a qualified coach (ACC) and mentor and member of the International Coach Federation.
What we can do together: Starting with a detailed evaluation of your present situation and preferences we jointly work towards setting you achievable career goals. Because our journey is steady and uses guided coaching and mentoring we take positive steps to get you towards the future that you really want. If you or your company are interested in targeted professional training or group coaching for managers then that can also be arranged. Please get in touch via keithamoss.com.
You have just joined the Paperjam Club. What convinced you to do so?
“The chance to meet and network with like-minded people in Luxembourg and to learn from their professional experiences is a huge draw. The possibilities of giving and receiving training and attending interesting social events also appeal.
What in particular are you looking to get from the Club? And what does your organization have to offer to other Club members?
“I am new to the Club and initially intend to listen and learn about what it has to offer.
For people who are facing difficult career choices I can provide personal help. It can be particularly daunting for expatriates leaving current employment to set up new businesses or facing change as a result of a company’s reorganization. I am more than willing to help them through difficult transitions and to share my international experience and knowledge for their benefit.”