Tag Archives: career development

30 -50 and employed? How much are you hurting?

I’m planning to write a business book this year . I’ve been mulling on it for far too long, and every year that goes by it seems to me that the case for the book gets more compelling. In this … Continue reading

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Why more and more women choose self-employment

This week’s Blog is written by Vicki Marinker, whom I have known for several years since running a training programme at the recruitment firm where she was working.   Vicki is a partner in Comms Leaders, specialists in corporate communications … Continue reading

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Today, I shall be a writer. Tomorrow – who knows, haven’t decided yet.

Yes, that’s right, I’m now a writer.  Make that Writer.  My first published work is out today.  Don’t worry, I’m not going to sell you a copy (although you can go and get one from Amazon here if you like, … Continue reading

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The power of flattery

I come bearing a gift.  “A bit late”, I hear you say. “Christmas was weeks ago.” Better late than never? It’s the finding from research carried out by University of California–Berkeley professor Jennifer Chatman into flattery.  She wanted to know whether … Continue reading

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