Client Profile - Victoria Joseph - 7th Apr 2011

Every now and then we like to profile one of our clients, this week we are profiling Victoria Joseph.

Victoria is a consultant for Richard Joseph & Associates Ltd and runs a unique program called Waypoint.

She is the facilitator and co-founder of Waypoint, a two-day personal development programme, targeted at young people.  Waypoint helps young people to deal with some of the challenges they face on an everyday basis.

Quick fire questions

What is Waypoint?

Waypoint is a 2-day interactive programme with the purpose to develop personal leadership through building on and further developing your strengths and managing/eliminating the things that prevent you from being where you want to be. Furthermore, helping you identify and prepare for your career choice. It will help you to effectively deal with life’s everyday challenges, and keep you on track to where you want to be.

Who is Waypoint for?

Waypoint is designed for people aged between 18 – 25, however in some circumstances it is appropriate for people younger or older to attend.

Why was Waypoint created?

Waypoint was created because we had a desire to help youth understand that they already have all of what they need to become more of what they want. To guide them through possibilities they may not have thought about on their own, and to show how much potential they truly possess.

Where and when is Waypoint run?

Waypoint facilitators are based in Dunedin, but can travel nationally or internationally where necessary.

Do you know someone who could benefit from Waypoint?

If you know of someone who could benefit from the Waypoint program Victoria invites you to get in contact and discuss what is involved with getting someone on the course.

With a strong background in the following areas Victoria loves the challenge of working with people to help them be their best.
  • Recruitment
  • Outplacement strategies and implementation
  • Psychometric assessment
  • Performance Management
  • Stress Management
You can read more about Victoria and Richard Joseph and Associates on their website  or contact her directly

T: (03) 477-5557
E: victoria@richardjoseph.co.nz
W: www.richardjoseph.co.nz


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