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Posted Dec 13, 2018
Welcome to the third in our series of blogs giving you the lowdown on some exciting careers. This month, we take a look at sales.
Posted Nov 28, 2018
A beginning is an important and a sensitive time. Your early experiences in a new job can shape your perception of your employer and your team, not to mention their perception of you. The impressions you form and give at this time may take a while to shake off, so it’s vitally important to get a good start.
Posted Oct 12, 2018
Welcome to the second in our series of blogs giving you the lowdown on some exciting careers. This month, we take a look at marketing.
Posted Sep 21, 2018
A lot of job descriptions will state a requirement for the applicant to be “able to work both under their own initiative and as part of a team". That’s pretty standard; I’m sure most people entering the job market for the first time will soon get a sense that this is important.
Posted Aug 23, 2018
HR has changed a lot over the years. While it has always been about people, it is now more analytical, sophisticated, commercial and strategic than ever before. In the first of a new series of occasional blogs focusing on different career options, we give you the lowdown on HR!
Posted Jul 27, 2018
Famed for being an ancient city rich in history, Winchester is also a progressive one that welcomes commerce, is well set up to cater for local businesses and is a thriving scene for commercial enterprise, tourists and locals. It is that blend of tradition and modern commerce that makes it such a special city for businesses and employees.
Posted Jul 02, 2018
Do you ever get the feeling that life is trying to tell you something? Right now I find it hard to avoid the conclusion that meaningful work is the secret to a long and happy life.
Posted May 21, 2018
The idea of finding your “why?” has been used by many thinkers, from the philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche to the present-day author and speaker Simon Sinek. Sinek’s books “Start with why” and “Find your why” have done much to popularise ideas about the value of finding purpose, whether that’s for individuals or organisations and businesses.
Posted Apr 16, 2018
Recently a client of mine wanted to hire an administrator. We had several candidates booked for interviews, but two cancelled because they had taken another job by the time of the interview. Both these candidates' CVs had been online for only a week, and both were nearly sixty.
Posted Mar 27, 2018
By nature I am a “hurry up” person; I like to crack on with things and used to find people who are detail-oriented and cautious to be challenging to work with. Sarah, a former colleague, was a different personality type: skilled at writing processes, she was great at taking time to review things and to think carefully before taking action. She taught me the value of not letting my emotional response to a situation be my only response.