For some reason I’ve been thinking about people who have an incredibly clear career goal and then reach it. What happens then? Continue reading What happens once you’ve met your goal?
I have always been fascinated by how much you get from attending networking events. I believe that stepping out of your comfort zone and choosing to spend your time meeting new people, listening to new perspectives and different stories brings a fresh outlook in your own life… Continue reading The Magic of Networking
What do you want to do when you graduate? Your options are endless… One thing for sure is that careers are not what they used to be and you don’t have to go into a 9 to 5 job to be successful.
We’ve caught up with John Frazer, a Henley Business School graduate, about what it’s like to start your own YouTube channel! Continue reading Do you want to be a millionaire before you are 30?
Have you considered working in a smaller company, like a start-up?
Who better to tell you about what it’s really like to work in a start-up as a graduate, than a graduate themselves, who is working in a start-up? Continue reading What’s it like to work for a start-up?
To chase or not to chase, that is the question. A common dilemma for students going through a recruitment process is the issue of when and how to follow up with an employer if they’ve said they’d do something but haven’t quite delivered on that. But what kind of promises are you hearing? “You’ve passed the video interview, we’ll let you know within a week … Continue reading When is it okay to follow-up with an employer after an interview?
The assessment centre can be a daunting prospect, particularly if you’ve never attended one before. Here’s some things to think about before you go! Continue reading How to prepare for an Assessment Centre
Stuttering affects approximately 68 million people in the world, but do we ever stop and think about how a stutter will affect someone in and around the world of work? Continue reading Stuttering. The speech stopper. The verbal blockade.