Monthly Archives: March 2013
LINKEDIN IS CHANGING AGAIN…
Anyone who has been a LinkedIn member for more than 12 months will have noticed a number of changes to their profile over that time. Starting last summer, LinkedIn began to make a series of improvements to the look of the site and to make it more user friendly. Apart from the “love ’em or […]
WHY SHOULD I CARE ABOUT MY LINKEDIN PROFILE?
If you were going out to a networking event, how would you look? Would you be wearing scuffed shoes and a crumpled shirt? Would you set out with no objective? Would you forget to take your business cards with you? I have seen errors that are tantamount to all of these, and worse, when I […]
A ONE IN TEN YEAR CHANCE
Changing your job is not the only circumstance in which people find our service useful. Working with us may also be helpful if you are seeking promotion and many organisations will hold interviews for promotion, especially if more than one person might be ready for the role. One of our major services is interview training. […]
“WHY CAN’T A WOMAN BE MORE LIKE A...
I will, if you forgive me, continue the theme of the last blog. It garnered some interesting comments, including some from men who didn’t see that there was a problem (so long as the recruitment process was fair, then the talent would out) and women who begged to differ. Then I found myself talking to […]
THE LEFT OUT WOMEN
Having recently read a BBC article about the “leftover” women (which is apparently how unmarried women over 30 are referred to in China), my thoughts turned again to why we don’t have more women in the boardroom and generally in more leadership positions. In the same week, David Cameron admitted in an interview that his […]