Thai Ngo – Our Careers and Human Resources Strategist

Empowering Careers & People since 2007

Thai Ngo Leadership and career strategist  You Want Group co-founder.  As a leadership and career strategist, Thai Ngo has worked with some of the biggest businesses in Australia to help people fulfil their professional potential.


Over the past 13 years, Thai has conducted more than 10,000 interviews on behalf of companies such as Oracle, Telstra, ANZ, REA Group, Exxon Mobile and Foxtel, and has read over 500,000 resumes, gaining a unique perspective on what it takes to achieve career and life success.

People Power is his passion

Thai firmly believes that the biggest barrier to success is often ourselves, but with the right guidance and the right perspective, that barrier can be overcome.

Now he works with businesses, leaders and individuals to tap into their existing talent to create the professional and personal life they desire.

As part of his role as a career and leadership strategist, Thai is a mentor for both the Australian National University and Monash University, and also a regular speaker for universities such as Monash, The University of Melbourne, Deakin, Swinburne, RMIT and VUT.

He enjoys nothing more than working with individuals to help them push their boundaries and upgrade their life by upgrading their career.

His Mission is to help you & your people be the best they can be

After working with some of the biggest businesses and most successful leaders in Australia, Thai Ngo notes the biggest barrier to professional success is often ourselves.

His mission is to help people discover and tap into their true potential to enjoy the rewarding career they dream of.

Wisdom from Thai

Are you making an impact?

Are you making an impact?

22,859. That’s the number of people that we’ve helped in the world at the time of writing this article.  Here at Careerists we are firm believers that being successful isn’t just about making money – it’s also about making a difference. There isn’t a lack of money in...

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