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Top tips for new fathers at work

By Jon Oxtoby, 15 Aug 2019

I’ll start this post with an admission: 50% of the reason I wrote this is…

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Recruitment

Surviving the rise of the machines – must-have employment skills for 2030

20 Nov 2017

The future of work is a topic that cannot escape your attention. So should you…

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Career transition

How to become a non-executive director – what you need to know

By Fraser Silvey, 21 Jul 2017

Over the last decade there has been considerable growth in 'portfolio careers', derived from having…

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Career transition

The five shades of outplacement candidate – where are you on the change curve?

By Sue Foxley, 16 Mar 2017

Dealing with redundancy can be tough and emotions play a big role in career transition.…

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Connor talks sales coaching and more at Ashridge Business School

By Kim Foster, 25 Jan 2017

Connor's talent & organisation development practice works with businesses to improve their performance. This month,…

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People development

Connor talks sales coaching and more at Ashridge Business School

By Julia Nickless, 25 Jan 2017

Connor's talent & organisation development practice works with businesses to improve their performance. This month,…

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Career transition

Purposeful opportunism – how to get a new job or make a career change

28 Nov 2016

If you're feeling 'stuck' in your career or facing a forced change of structure or…

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Organisational change

Why resilient people are critical to delivering organisational change

By Sharon Platts, 16 Nov 2016

When was the last time you asked yourself how resilient your employees are, or considered…

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