Guest writer and Learning and Organisation Development professional Ruth Reynolds shares her career change story of utter perseverance and determination. Find out how she went from being in a career that made her unhappy to being in one that she loves!
In this post, I write about the recent hubbub on untapped skills in the UK workforce and what opportunities this presents to us avid doers.
I have a book of Gilda Williams’ (correspondent for Artforum and lecturer at Goldsmiths College and Sotheby’s Institute of Art) called “How to write about contemporary art”. I bought this during my art days before my umpteenth career change, but have rediscovered its relevance to my career now, not just in my writing, but in …
Having so many interests can seem tiresome when it comes to figuring out what career to choose. I share how this has a HUGE benefit to your career progression and how choosing interests over others isn't always necessary.
There's a course you really want to do but work won't pay for it. What if I was to tell you that funding your own training is a blessing in disguise, and has far better benefits for you than if work paid for it? Read more if I have tickled your intrigue.
If you have only worked in one type of environment in your entire career, and want to change careers to a different environment, you might feel you don't have the skills to transfer over. In this post, I share some thoughts on what you can do if you want to leave a call-centre environment when that's all you know.
Here are 4 options you have if you're in a dead-end job and you want to do something about it. If 2018 is all about making a change with how you work and tackle your career, start by giving this a read.
Job titles can mean a lot to you, or might sound impressive. But are they reflective on what you do, or just a showy front?