Thai Ngo

  Melbourne, VIC       Online Consultations

I wasted 3 years at university trying to get a qualification in IT...

After racking up a huge student loan in something I didn’t enjoy, I decided I just wanted to work.

Without a qualification and any career direction, I fell into doing factory work for 5 years.

The moment when I realised my strengths and passion -- it was HR.

I was able to change the course of my career and have since been in recruitment for over 10 years; placing people in major corporates which include Telstra, Computershare, Exxon Mobil, Foxtel, Link Group, Department of Human Services, Australian Tax Office, NBN and many more.

My name is Thai Ngo and my role has always been to find the top 5% of applicants to put forward for jobs -- which meant rejecting a lot of people…

After reading over 500,000 CVs and interviewing 10,000 people; I saw so many people make the same mistakes again and again.

It wasn’t because they didn’t have the skills, qualifications or attitude; they just didn’t know how to sell themselves. I'm now dedicated his life to coach people about the recruitment blueprint and the hiring psyche so they can get into that top 5%.

As a Job-Success Coach, I uncover "their top sellable-strengths” to gain a high-salary and proper rewards. How to build authority -- without over-stepping. Decode the behaviour test to gain near-perfect scores. Create Impact with power and tact using -- "the influence ratio". 

I'm honoured to be a Founding Sponsor for a women’s community called Superwomen Business Club that has over 2,000 members. As well as a Facebook group called Jobs Within Victoria and Melbourne which has over 6,000 members.


Victoria University , Diploma Business (Human Resources) , Business (Human Resources)
Aegis Aspire , Diploma Management , Management
Victoria University , Certificate IV Business (Human Resources) , Business (Human Resources)


Career Coaching, Career Transition, Executive Coaching, Interview Coaching, Personal Branding/Social, and Resume Preparation

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