How to be more Career Brand Savvy

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Career Brand, Career Meaning, Career Narrative, Coaching, CV, LinkedIn, Professional Identity, Strengths, Work

Did you know the word brand comes from the Viking to “burn”?  Over time the word moved on to “brand” cattle (see the connection with burning). Onward to imprinting your printed brand in the 19th century. Needless to say a bit of useless information you will probably never use again. However, we are awash with brands […]

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 […]

Stronger Career Strengths

Posted Leave a commentPosted in 50+ Careers, Cambridge, Career Brand, Career Coaching, Career Psychology, Careers, Coaching, Employment, Interviews, Psychology, Strengths

The question “Tell me about your greatest career strength?” is, without doubt, an interview question we all love to hate.  Perhaps your line manager will ask you the question in your next performance review.  Or a recruiting manager will slot it into the conversation in a future job interview. Of course, we generally have no […]