Cath Seton joins the OnTalent team

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Cath Seton joins the OnTalent team

We are excited to welcome Catherine (Cath) Seton officially to the OnTalent team as Senior Client Partner – Careers, Leadership Development & Consulting.  Cath joins the team having been part of the OnTalent eco-system for almost three years working on a variety of leadership and coaching projects with our clients.

The decision to join OnTalent as a permanent member of the team was an easy one – I knew the team, the brand and culture.  I believe everyone deserves to have an engaging and satisfying career, and high performance organisations contribute to the community and economy.  Great leadership is the key to all of this. For this reason, connecting individuals with their purpose and supporting leaders to be the best version of themselves is my passion.”

Cath brings over 20 years’ experience to the team, having worked with a number of organisations in both the public and private sectors across Australia, the Pacific and SE Asia.  She has advised executives for the last ten years whilst working for global consulting firms Deloitte, Mercer and Hay Group (now Korn Ferry) and spent more than 10 years in university management prior to that. 

Cath’s key areas of expertise are focussed on executive, leadership and team optimisation, executive coaching, people and performance, career transition and outplacement, and cultural transformation.  She is also accredited in a range of psychometric assessments (including the Hogan suite, Talent Q, Emotional Intelligence, and Leadership Styles and Organisational Climate), which she leverages during executive coaching and team optimisation assignments.  She is a member of the International Coach Federation and is also on the Board for Parent to Parent, an NFP in the disability services sector.

Connect with Cath on LinkedIn or Email –[email protected]

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