In this post, I give a quick update on some exciting news on The Avid Doer!
When done gracefully, being disruptive can reap huge rewards and fantastic development opportunities. In this post, I talk about how you can do this.
In this post, I pull out particular elements of Agile I like as an avid doer and explain how they can be applied at work and to your career management.
Being in between jobs can sometimes feel like your career has been paused. In this post, I talk about the things avid doers can do to continue their professional development until they find work again.
Ever had feedback from an interview that suggested you were so close to being offered the role bar one tiny detail that you could’ve remedied, but now you’re kicking yourself for not explaining yourself properly? Here’s the most important question I ask in every interview to stop this happening again.
Achieving your professional goals by determination and motivation isn’t the same as perseverance, nor can they be achieved without it. In this post, I explain the importance of perseverance, what to consider if you’re thinking of giving up, and share a recent personal example.
Business cases make or break an idea being taken forward. This post explains how to construct one in a way that puts the right points across in a way and really sells the idea.
If you look past the cringey cliché, personal branding is such an important thing to be conscious of in an increasingly nosy world, and in this post I talk about how to be more aware of your own.
Books are usually cheaper than courses but is this the only reason to choose them over courses to expand your knowledge? Or are the additional benefits of a course proportionate to the increase in cost?
The principles of good customer service are not just reserved for typical frontline customer-facing roles. In almost any role, and any level of seniority, there’s still a place for the skills and attitude developed from good customer service, and especially in HR. In this post, I explain why.