Can a Portfolio Career work for you?

Posted Posted in 50+ Careers, Business, Cambridge, Career Coaching, Career Path, Careers, Coaching, Leadership, LinkedIn, MBA, Portfolio Career, Professional Identity, Teleworking, Working at Home

Now you may or may not have heard of a portfolio career before. Wouldn’t blame you in the slightest if you hadn’t. In fact, I am sure a lot of working people may not have heard of or even known they existed.  The big question is, do they exist, what are they and who are […]

Adding Value to your Career Prospects

Posted Leave a commentPosted in 50+ Careers, Cambridge, Career Brand, Career Coaching, Career Path, Career Psychology, Career Theory, Careers, Coaching, Employment, Executive Coaching, Jobs, Leadership, Organisations, Psychology, Value, Work, Working at Home, Working Parents

As the New Year is here many of us will be thinking about a fresh start at work, or that next exciting career challenge. This of course means starting the arduous job search and that dreaded interview process. However, do you know the real added value of what you do or advantage you possess? Its […]

Is Your Summer Holiday Work Ready?

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So the summer is upon us, kids away from school and we are all looking forward to our time away from work. For working adults the one or two weeks (or even more if you are lucky) it’s time away from the daily working routine. The big question then is are you and your work ready for your […]

Executive Stress – What is an Executive?

Posted Posted in Business, Cambridge, Career Brand, Career Coaching, Careers, Coaching, Evaluation, Executive Coaching, Formal Leadership, Goal Setting, Informal Leadership, Leadership Styles, Learning & Develpment, MBA, Networking, Presentations, Professional Identity

Having been around large & small organisations, training, mentoring & coaching for too many years to mention; I always had a wry smile to myself when anyone proudly announced themselves as an executive. Sales executives seemed always to be the most self-satisfied in this aspect. Proudly announcing their elevated executive status at every opportunity. Needless to […]

Future of Leadership – A Philosopher’s View

Posted Posted in Career Brand, Career Coaching, Formal Leadership, Informal Leadership, Leadership, Leadership Styles, Learning & Develpment, Psychology

  Interesting short video from Alain de Botton on the subject of the future of leadership. Now his views may not necessarily be the consensus or an evidenced based perspective on leadership. However, being a thinker and problem solver over a “doer” may well be a good place to start to develop and grow into […]