New on the blog for National Careers Week
The session on BBC Radio 5 Live with Naga Munchetty and Louise O’Shea, CEO of Confused.com gave listeners the opportunity to ask for our advice on how to find a new job, create a good impression in a job you are about to start or how to develop your career in our ‘new normal’ world. My wonderful network have added to this advice…
Most of us have read articles about the work generation gap – Generation X and Baby Boomer leaders trying to manage the expectation of Gen Y and Millenial co-workers. Given my experience of recruiting and developing graduates over the past 15 years, I have seen at first hand some of the challenges. However, with any challenge comes opportunity.
Practical things for you to try
This bonus material comes from the journal accompanying our book It’s Not Bloody Rocket Science
You can also join us for motivation and scientically proved tips each week at The 52 Project – a collective wellbeing project run by Dulcie and Dr Iain Price
To find out more – just get in touch
As mentioned on BBC 5 Live
You might like to join Sarah & Helen on their Amazing If site where there are plenty of downloads and their podcasts.
Helen Hambleton from People Untapped explores this on LinkedIn
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