Are you ready for that new job?
Recently I’ve been helping people think about their potential career moves, and several times they have asked me a question on the timing of taking a leap into something new in their career.
Don’t just choose the right jobs, avoid the wrong ones
We regularly talk to you about seeking a role that plays to your strengths, as this is a key pattern from our research into successful careers.
5 tips for creating a personal development plan
Why is it that performance and development plan actions are undertaken just weeks or even days before the review happens?
Is making a downward move ever a good option?
Strange question you may think, but for those of us stuck in a rut, wanting a new career, or ambitious to move from a current specialism to a very different career path, making a strategic downwards move can be a smart (but tough) move.
Do you need to be an extrovert to be a senior manager?
This question was raised at a recent career development conference we ran for a client company – the short answer is NO! Here’s why.
Be a self-directed learner
Research by City & Guilds Group (2019) reveals that British workers are being denied critical opportunities to up-skill for the future.
5 informal ways to find career opportunities
Being able to be a social animal can be a helpful part of building a successful career.
Bite off more than you can chew
We were recently discussing career tactics with a group of high potentials and, as we often do, we asked them to list their career concerns and questions.
Taking on a bigger challenge
Bigger roles and increased responsibilities come with both feelings of excitement and anxiety. Excitement about the opportunity to show people what you’re capable of, but anxiety in case things go wrong or you’re unable to deliver.