24 Jan 2019

It is good to plan each next career step, and the end of the year is the right time to get started! We want to remind that big plans don’t work – only small actions do. When we set big immense goals that require us to change more than one habit, we rarely achieve it. Our internal autopilot does not like change, so we resist something new – and that’s fine. So, to achieve big goals, you...

23 Jan 2019

About to start on your job search or are you already looking for a job, but getting nowhere? Work experience is key and if you are lacking that, people have told you that’s the end of your job search? Well, it doesn’t have to be. I will tell you how to job search like a pro – with no work experience. Firstly, work experience is important. If you have a chance to do work experience – i.e...

22 Jan 2019

Welcome to the future! Where we have Teleporters, Starships, Universal Basic Income, and now we can use that time to pursue Fine Art and Education… Oh wait, that’s Star Trek. For most of us, commuting to work is a five-day-a-week occurrence. We get up, shower, choke down a bagel and some coffee, then head out to battle the day along with our commute. There is, however, a select and gro...

22 Jan 2019

You’ve been at your new job now for a few weeks—or maybe even a few months. You feel more settled with your role and responsibilities, you’ve learned who does what across the organization, and you can even find your way to the bathroom all by yourself. There’s just one thing you’re struggling with, and it’s a big one: Now that you’re actually in it day in and day out, you aren’t sure th...

21 Jan 2019

Nobody likes having to actually ask for a promotion . Advocating for yourself is a lot harder than speaking up for others. The good news is, if your boss is paying attention and your actions are speaking for themselves, you may not have to ask. You probably already know that doing good work is the single most effective way to show your boss you’re ready for more. (But it’s worth reitera...

19 Jan 2019

Are your employees happy in their jobs? That’s a big question – but it’s an important one. Workplace happiness may seem a fairly subjective topic, but what isn’t subjective is what happens when your employees enjoy their roles and enjoy their office. Happy workers are better workers – they’re more loyal, they’re willing to work for less, and they’re more productive. But when it comes ...