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75: Why job shadowing is a crucial step for your career change – Lucy Standing of Viewvo

25/08/2017

Led by her love of psychology, Lucy Standing put her successful career as a head-hunter on hold to pursue her passion through a Master’s Degree.   Afterwards, she honed her skills further as a graduate recruiter for investment banks. It’s an expensive and time-consuming process and she realised that the traditional series of interviews didn’t always […]

74: Which career books to pack in your suitcase this summer holiday

28/07/2017

It can be overwhelming to look in the career section of a bookshop and try and work out which career book to take away with you if you want to take the time over the summer to reconsider your career. So I want to make that choice easier for you by picking out my top 2 […]

73: How to raise your profile at work – with Personal Branding Specialist, Jennifer Holloway

30/06/2017

Jennifer Holloway is the author of ‘Personal Branding for Brits’, which is now in it’s 4th edition and is a best seller on Amazon in the category of ‘Personal Branding’.  With a background in PR, running press offices and dealing with journalists,  Jennifer now runs workshops with organisations such as Santander, Vodaphone, RBS and Asda, […]

72: How to use social media effectively in your job search – Tony Restell, founder of social-hire.com

26/05/2017

Entrepreneur and social media expert Tony Restell regularly delivers webinars and workshops for our clients on how to use social media in job searching and how to get results in your business. Tony was originally a strategy consultant but had always wanted to set up his own business. He founded niche recruitment site www.top-consultant.com which […]

71: Bank Manager to Sustainable Fashion – Career Changer Sara Shaw of Violet

28/04/2017

With a background in banking and financial management, fashion is something Sara never thought she wanted to do. Travel, finance, starting again and the value of a great team Leaving school at 16, Sara started out in the travel industry and worked her way up to be the manager of a travel agency. Realising she could […]

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