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Moving on without moving
15 May 2017

OK. So you know you want a better working life; and you are prepared and fired up to do something about it. However, you don't want to miss out on the investment you've already made in your current employer and are wondering if/how you might make things better where you are. Here’s some simple steps you can take to transform your existing situation:

Don't move, improve!
10 May 2017

I seem to remember a (long!) time ago that one of the DIY retail chains used the slogan 'Don't move, improve!' in an effort to get the DIY-inept like myself to purchase wood, plaster and tools to create a mess that would require a real professional to sort out. However, my plea in this instance is likely to result in a better outcome,  as you will be better placed and equipped to undertake the suggested task.

5 ways to avoid becoming a recruitment casualty
31 March 2017

In a world where in-house recruiters are targeted with cost per hire; external recruiters are in competition to see who can create a shortlist the fastest; hiring managers are given little or no training in how to assess potential candidates; and few organisations are honest with themselves about the reality of working for them or in the role itself as described,  the results of the recent Korn Ferry survey are no surprise. 

Congratulations! You're already a winner
29 March 2017

I, like you, get regular nudges from LinkedIn to 'congratulate' someone on their 'work anniversary' or to 'see who else is celebrating'. Does anyone celebrate their work?