Your personal statement is the first thing recruiters will see on your CV or LinkedIn profile, after your name and contact details. However, whether they take the time to actually read beyond it depends on a few key things. We’ve asked an expert panel of recruiters with decades of experience in the industry for their…
Executive coaching and mentoring go hand in hand with personal and professional growth and development. They also tend to go hand in hand with eye watering fees, but if you read on, you’ll discover the exception to that rule.
We all have weaknesses. If we can recognise what they are and figure out how to address them, they can be a huge source of strength and self-development.
Tune in to this inspirational talk from Tina Seelig, as she explains how taking three key risks will increase your luck and your chances of success
Health and wellbeing does not exist in a bubble. When our physical or mental health go off track, we have to get to its root cause, looking upstream towards our home and work environment.
Do you ever get that feeling that you haven’t quite got it all figured out? That you’re surrounded by colleagues, friends and acquaintances who appear to be knocking this whole ‘adult’ thing out of the park – achieving goals, realising dreams and appearing the very embodiment of success and fulfilment? If nothing could be further…
If you’re aware that you could be hiding your light under a bushel, or you’re consciously choosing to keep a low profile, read on for some proactive steps to help you to move out into the spotlight and fast-track that path to a fulfilling career.
The hardest part about self-talk is that you can’t switch it off. When life is bumping along in a largely positive fashion, that’s not an issue. But if you’ve suddenly woken up to the realisation that your thought patterns are routinely becoming more ‘glass half empty’, then it may be time to take a step…
In today’s world, we frequently engage with each other through screens, yet there is still no 21st century skill more important than being able to sustain coherent, confident conversation. If your job hinges on how well you talk to people, here’s some food for thought.
Is poor sleep quality or quantity affecting your day to day functioning? Sleep Scientist Dan Gartenberg reiterates the benefits of sufficient deep sleep – on our health, memory and ability to learn – and explains how playing sounds that mirror brain waves during this stage of slumber might lead to deeper sleep.