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Soaring high like an eagle

Memories of the Olympics for me as a child was of Zola Budd, the South African sprinter winning races with no shoes. I didn’t know there was a winter Olympics, and I certainly hadn’t heard of [...]

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How Self-Directed is your Learning?

I remember clearly the day I packed up my house and left university. I was ready for the world of work and was glad to be saying goodbye to student life. Some 16 years have passed and I’ve found [...]

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An experts view on Lumina Learning

The East Midlands HR Network arranges a wide range of events for HR Professionals. These help them keep up to date with developments in HR and an opportunity to share experiences. In April we [...]

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How influential are you?

So you’ve heard about the “new HR” and you want to take an active role in directing your company, but don’t know where to start? You’ve got a great reputation as a transactional manager or [...]

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The HR Coach

Although change is something HR professionals should be fairly comfortable with, it can be difficult to identify and implement change on a personal basis.

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What can we do to close the skills gap?

Enter the global skills gap. Nothing new, the lack of specialist skills has been recognised as a global economic threat for some years now. Global suggests that the problem is out there, across [...]

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Looking for a Career Change Buddy?

When the yearning to be something different, do something different and achieve more becomes unbearable making the decision to change career can be the most significant step forward out of a [...]

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Work advice for those leaving the forces

By Nottingham Post  |  Posted: June 01, 2015 How transferable are skills from the armed forces? Performance and careers coach Penny Strutton has some work tips for those leaving the forces. So [...]

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Give your career a spring clean

Having spent the last few weeks in the southern hemisphere, I was over the moon to come home to find spring in full swing. With the balmy weather, my garden had turned into a jungle, which meant [...]

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