Flexing Your Workplace Strengths

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Career Coaching, Career Narrative, Career Path, Career Theory, Careers, Coaching, CV, Psychology, Strengths, Unemployed, Working at Home

Asking job seekers and career developers to describe their workplace strengths can elicit some weird and wonderful answers. From being a leader, a good listener, a comedian or even just a nice person are just a few of the answers. There are countless lists of career or workplace strengths online that you are expected to […]

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 […]

Is it Time to Take a Small Bet on your Career?

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Cambridge, Career Coaching, Career Meaning, Career Path, Careers, Coaching, Learning & Develpment, Networking, Psychology, Small Bets, Work

So you are feeling stuck going around the same circle at work and in your career. Of course, everybody feels like this at some point in their working lives. There may of course be uncertainty in your job due to the fallout from the pandemic. You know you should try to figure it all out, […]

Creating a Meaningful Career

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(Five minute read) Have you ever asked this profound question at your workstation, what makes me happy and what really makes my work worth doing? Philosopher Plato believed that we are in constant search of a profound sense of purpose and meaning. On a personal quest to ultimately lead a satisfying and fulfilling life. Cultural […]

“So, tell us about yourself?”- What to say, when and how

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Cambridge, Career Coaching, Career Path, Careers, Coaching, Employment, Interviews, Jobs, Psychology, Resume, Unemployed, Work

When it comes to a job interview, you will probably have to answer a version of the age-old question, “So, tell us about yourself.” This simple interview question can fill many people full of dread, and constantly ask themselves “how much shall I tell them and about what?” Interviewers seem to love asking this question […]