Learn how to lead your career in 7 steps.Continue Reading
While the debate about the future of work continues to get plenty of media coverage, much of it is of the alarmist ‘the robots are coming to take your job’ version. It makes for good press and interesting, populist stories. There are three things to think about if you have 10+ years left to work or run your business. I call them the WWW, not the world wide web or wild wild west Work, Workforce & Workplace.Continue Reading
“This book offers positive advice about what to expect and how to deal with it. I commend it to everybody who is making their transition run and knows they need a compass and a map.” — General Sir Richard Barrons KCB CBEContinue Reading
Career change has to be and marshal for self betterment, minimising drudgery and expanding those jobs that bring meaningful and fulfilment in our lives.Continue Reading
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“A practical and well written book full of exercises and advice. Equally useful if you are feeling ‘stuck’ in your current role and looking to climb up the ladder or if you want to move into something completely different.”Continue Reading
Most people are afraid of changing career, even if they wanted it so much, because of the risks and uncertainties involved. They do not know what will happen. They will start from zero which would mean they will have to count for years before they will get promoted.Continue Reading
During my meeting with the Mayor of Southampton Cllr Stephen Barnes-Andrews & the leader of the conservative party Cllr Daniel Fitzhenry yesterday two very interesting …Continue Reading
Every new event, good or ill, is an opportunity to lead — you should be excited to engage in open, positive and constructive dialogue regardless of the outcome. Some mistakes can be costly, but a missed opportunity for growth and exploration could be even costlier.Continue Reading
Career changes are common, and can be terrifying. But there are ways that can help make the experience easier to manage.
So before you make the leap for a career transition, take a deep dive and seriously reflect on why you no longer like your current career. Have you hit a glass ceiling and grown bored as a result? Did you realize that you’d rather work for yourself as opposed to someone else? Do you need to transition away from a corporate life so you can take care of your own family and health? Or you just need a change in your life; you just need something different.