How to Identify Your Career Niche after Uni (and Find a Job Within it)

How to Identify Your Career Niche after Uni (and Find a Job Within it)

Finishing uni can be a really exciting time, but it can also dawn on you very quickly that it’s when you really will be stepping out into the big bad world and living completely independently for the very first time. The time at university goes by so fast that many students don’t even manage to … Continue reading »
To MBA or not to MBA, that was the question.

To MBA or not to MBA, that was the question.

****GUEST BLOG**** Stuart Gilchriest, MBA Student. In November 2011 during a rainy drive home on the M25 from another late night emergency at work, I had a sudden realization that I was unhappy. At best, my work as an area manger for a leading UK hospitality company was inspiring, challenging and hugely varied, but there … Continue reading »
Graduates: How enterprising are you?

Graduates: How enterprising are you?

The most valuable skill you can have (in my opinion) is to be ‘enterprising’. Developing creative solutions to complete tasks in an innovative manner that is more useful, relevant and productive to the way it was done previously. This is one of the most valuable skills that you can have in your graduate career portfolio. … Continue reading »
Attracting & Retaining Talent

Attracting & Retaining Talent

  Last week I took part in a Guardian panel for Social Enterprise, debating and discussing the role of ‘talent’. It got me thinking about how we all have different definitions of ‘talent’ and we all appreciate different qualities and attributes in our workforce. For me, ‘talent’ represents potential, creativity and innovation and this is … Continue reading »