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To sell engineering careers, especially to engineering students, simply point out the contribution they make to all our lives

In my long experience of interviewing recent graduates, the difference between normal, sound performance at work and exceptional performance invariably comes down to one thing – attitude. 1,181 more words


Purple socks. Moorhouse Escape to RADA.

Just four weeks into my new role as Head of Marketing at the transformation consultancy, Moorhouse and I experienced my first Moorhouse ‘Escape’.  Being a bit of a veteran of corporate away days, I thought I knew what to expect but actually I was pleasantly surprised at how different it was to anything I had experienced before. 337 more words


What does it really take to be a good City Lawyer?

This is the question that I hear other students – and sometimes it’s even me – ask at almost every single networking event, or short presentation or lecture which has a Q&A session at the end. 728 more words


My big fat face! Three things to consider when choosing a LinkedIn Photo

Your photo can be the first thing that someone sees when they look at your LinkedIn profile. It’s a crucial part of your personal brand and so it is really quite important that you get it right. 610 more words

Graduate Recruitment

Women in IT. Is the tide finally turning?

Regular readers will know that I have written long and often about the shortage of women in technology and what needs to be done to attract a more balanced workforce. 975 more words

Graduate Recruitment

Using your Law degree – what can you do ?

Law is a very popular degree course, according to the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) there were 12,500 full time undergraduate law students in the UK in 2013/14.  987 more words

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To encourage more women into engineering, find a role-model who won't take no for an answer

It was International Women’s Day on Sunday and the BBC marked the occasion by inviting a woman to present Match of the Day. I strongly suspect that Gary will be back at the weekend. 1,347 more words