Finding Meaning in your Work.

Posted Posted in Business, Cambridge, Career Brand, Career Coaching, Career Path, Career Theory, Careers, Coaching, CV, Decision Making, Goal Setting, Influence, Jobs, Organisations, Power, Problem Solving, Professional Identity, Psychology, Teleworking, Training, Work, Working at Home

Making your Work Meaningful The desire for fulfilling work is one of the great aspirations of our age and this short video from Roman Krznaric reveals how one might make it a reality. It explores the competing claims we face for money and status while doing something meaningful and in tune with our talents. Never easy I […]

The Philosophy of Work & Careers

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This is a different perspective on why your career and the work you do is so important to your sense of fulfillment, happiness and satisfaction with our lot. Have a look at this video from philosopher Alain de Botton to hear a different perspective on work and careers.  

Managing Your Career Goals – Without You Even Knowing

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You know when you get really interested in a subject, things just seem to pop out of the woodwork without you even noticing?  Like when you have bought a new car and you start to notice all the cars same as yours. Same colour and same model etc. The motivation, goal or the drive to […]

Weird Careers and Planned Happenstance Theory

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Ever wondered how you ended up in the job or career you have presently? Was your career planned out with a prescribed course and action plan? Are you still doing the job you set out to do when you left university or school? My guess is not. My work with clients constantly reminds me of a career theory that […]

The Coaching “Business” Conundrum

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Always interesting to read about the many different flavours of business, executive or career coaching psychology on LinkedIn and the web. Coaching, of course, is fast becoming an ever increasingly popular tool for supporting personal & professional development. With a raft of 2-week life-coaching & business mentoring courses through to MSc qualifications in coaching psychology, there […]