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The "What If?" Factor - How to Make the Most of your Transferrable Skills

Occasionally there’s a point where you start to think about what could have been? What if we’d have taken our exams more seriously? What if… 597 more words

Employment

Self Development Tips

  1. Make friends with successful people and occasionally buy them gifts and surprise them with lunch because successful people always give and hardly get, so when you give them, they value the gift a lot.
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Opinion

Is Training and Development the Right Career for You?

Of late you have been pondering over the fact whether a career in training and development is the right fit for you. Are you cut out for the same, nevertheless stuck in a job that you are not quite fond of, in fact you happen to dislike it. 291 more words

Career Advice

Personal Best Series: Career Coaching

When you think of career coaching, what comes to mind?

I first connected with my long-time career coach back in 1992.  At that time, she was director of career services for a college. 408 more words

Personal Development

Self Compassion as a Career Management Skill

Self-compassion is a skill that is often lacking in the workplace. We often drive ourselves very hard to achieve or simply to keep up, even when it damages our health. 984 more words

Career

Chapter 3. My first University lecture.

My first University lecture.

In the same week as Death and Micro Romance, I delivered my first student lectures at a university in London. It was exhilarating, I enjoyed the classroom setting, I was nervous as hell, grieving but trying not to, anxious and well, a bit down and tired. 174 more words

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