Supporting autistic and neurodiverse job seekers and their potential employers to form meaningful, long term relationships.

No matter where in the world they are.

 
 
This is not about charity, but rather a play for talent
 

If you're prepared to have a go and put your best foot forward, I'll be with you - a journey is better shared and I'd love to be a part of yours!


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Neurodiverse Recruitment

Successfully access and hire from the talent pool of neurodiverse people today

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Employer / Workplace Support

Ensuring employment relationships are positive, successful and long lasting

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Individual Coaching

Find your confidence and purpose and achieve the success you seek

 

 
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Job Seekers

If you identify as being neurodiverse and are interested in work experience, internship or job search support then we are here to help you!

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Contact

 

Looking for some advice and guidance? Got questions and looking for answers? Drop me a line and I'll be in touch.


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I'm Chris, the founder of Project Enterprise Coaching.  An odd name sure, but there's a story (even if it's a bit random and winding) which I'd be happy to share over a coffee - even a remote/virtual coffee!

I have over 20 years experience working across Chartered Accounting (public practice), Industrial Manufacturing, Financial Services and IT/Telecommunications in roles spanning analysis & reporting, financial management, project and portfolio management to strategy and planning, there's not much I haven't seen.

Along the way I've been the constant sounding board and supporter for many of my colleagues (and a few bosses!) and seeing people flourish and grow has always left me energised and excited.

 

In 2014 Aspergers and Autism came into my life and it has had a profound impact on many aspects of my life. 

It brought me the epiphany that gave clarity to what is really important and what drives me now.

Guiding, supporting and advocating for those for whom the world of finding, securing and retaining work has so long overlooked and undervalued.  That's what I'm passionate about - and I'm not ready to shy away from it.

Though I'm based in Melbourne, Australia with the wonders of modern technology (a la web based video conferencing & calling) I'm able to reach places far and wide, not just limited to my neck of the woods.  The opportunity to 'meet' and work with people from places far and wide is an exciting part of what I do.