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Drowning in the Talent Pool

In my current position I stumbled upon a career phenomenon, which popped up frequently enough that, even someone with my keen powers of observation, couldn’t ignore.   590 more words


Adjacency Plays

When considering career options a simple place to start is adjacency. The best way to think of adjacency is using a chess board metaphor. Picture you current job as a square on the board and the 8 squares around your square are “adjacent” to you. 900 more words


Leadership's Long Tail

Like most of you, I want to believe the energy I put into my job actually makes a difference. In some cases, the measurement of that impact is easy to quantify: ‘We won the deal for $X!’ or someone acknowledges your specific contribution in a meeting, via email or by way of an award. 1,551 more words


Hiring Criteria

Movement between squares isn’t free anymore than moving from a townhouse to a single family home is free. It takes capital, but in the case of career mobility, the currency isn’t cash. 993 more words




I’ve decided to undergo an EPQ during my first year in sixth form. I’m already sure it’s going to be something to do with medicine (perhaps cancer?) but I haven’t picked a specific area yet. 85 more words


NCTJ Diploma - University of Sunderland

Studied September 2012 – Present

Qualifications gained:

100 wpm Shorthand


Production Journalism


A-Levels - Brigshaw High School and Language College Sixth Form

Studied September 2010 – July 2012

Art and Design                  (C)

English Language            (B)

Performance Studies      (A)