Do you ever get the feeling that your talents are being wasted in your current job?
After two long, arduous years of a training contract, Catherine found herself thoroughly burned out.
Leaving the armed forces can be a daunting prospect after years of structured and regimented living.
We’re all in danger of getting left behind as Artificial Intelligence (AI) increasingly encroaches on our jobs.
People struggle, working evenings and weekends simply to keep afloat. And still the work piles up.
The world is faster, more interconnected and in many ways more challenging than it has ever been.
What you need is the reassurance of a support network more relevant to your situation than the local mother-and-baby group.
This isn’t the 20th century any more. A seamless career path like James’s or Melissa’s is no longer the norm.
In recent years there have been plenty of career-minded people coming to the UK from the continent to find good jobs.
The first step, obviously, is to look into the what and the why of your redundancy notice.
It’s an anxious time. We’re still ambitious, but we’re bored, and looking for ways to turbo-charge ourselves with a new challenge.
In his book, 'The Second Curve', Charles Handy points out the increasing extent to which we must be responsible for our own careers.