Posts for Tag: career advice

  • July 16, 2017

    Five books you need to read this summer

    Some of you may be packing right now for your summer get-away trip! (Lucky you) However, even for those of us who are staying at home this summer, it is always a good opportunity to take some time out to read, especially with this lovely weather. Here are our top five summer reads to get […]

  • April 23, 2017

    The mistakes women make when networking

    So this weekend, I was a speaker at Cosmopolitan UK’s first ever self made summit which was an all day event for millennial women to help them develop and grow within their desired careers. It was a fun packed day filled with keynote talks, panels and makeover sessions. My morning and afternoon session focused on […]

  • September 19, 2016

    Three ways to make a great start in your career

    I’ve always loved the month of September. It always reminds me of a mini-new year. Like many other recent graduates across the country, you may be getting ready to start your new graduate role, or waiting for graduate employers to reopen their applications. This may be a time of anxiety or excitement for you. Starting […]

  • June 13, 2016

    A Girls Guide to dealing with competition

    We have a brand new ‘Girls Guide’ series in our work section that we hope will help you kick some serious butt in the last 6 months of the year. (Crazy, how time flies!) This girl’s guide is a snapshot of lessons that I have learned throughout the years on my crazy journey in the world […]

  • February 1, 2016

    Six ways to get a promotion

    Have you got your eye on that promotion? Are you ready to climb the corporate ladder and take yourself to the next level in your career? Often it is not luck that determines our success, but hard work.  Have you heard the saying ‘the harder you work the luckier you will become’? – this is […]

  • December 9, 2015

    My Biggest Mistake, Graham Hopgood

    MY BIGGEST MISTAKE WAS…. As a brash 16 year old with a fierce independent streak, I decided enough was enough – and I quit college just a month into my A levels. I didn’t have a plan or a job. This was the start of 4 or 5 years of trying random, mostly depressingly dull […]