Career Management

Onboarding Career Coaching (Your First 100+ Days)

Peter Fennah provides insight into improving transition into a new role. A job change marks a key transition for individuals and organisations.  Most people find transitions stressful, taking energy and focus in order to navigate them successfully.  Most organisations experience a period of stagnation whilst waiting for the new job incumbent to start and successfully [...]

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Gaining a Promotion

No one likes the thought that their career is standing still. The idea of staying in the same position, working on the same task, surrounded by the same faces is the sort of notion that can quickly drive people insane. This is why promotions are so important. Not only is it one way of being [...]

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Learning Not To Commit Career Limiting Actions

Careers author John Lees reveals how we get in the way of our own career prospects   Are you setting traps for yourself? You’ll be familiar with the ways external events and even your colleagues seem to conspire against your career prospects.  Organisations can do it too – Manzoni and Barsoux’s Set Up To Fail [...]

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Negotiating a Pay Rise

There is no shortcut to making an effective negotiation, although if you do have compromising photos of your boss it won’t hurt your chances, but could be interpreted as blackmail, so perhaps the best idea is to construct a solid case reasoning why you should get a pay rise. The case is important because it [...]

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