Tag: career advice for graduates

Graduates: how to build resilience (webinar)

Join Hannah Gardiner from Austin Fraser as she shares her story and how she has had to demonstrate resilience throughout her career. – We will talk about what resilience means to people and discuss the meaning. – We will talk about why resilience is such an important trait for employers – which is certainly quite fitting …

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The Company Secretary: a look at the specialised, six-figure route to the boardroom

        (Plus – details for a related competition with a £1000 first prize, below) For the long-term planners among us – you may be already weighing and researching career paths with good developmental opportunities, in terms of both salary and role. And if you’re not – I’d recommend reading on anyway, to …

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What to do after university?

Written by Tania Lyden, Careers Consultant The term ‘career’ has interesting origins in the mid-16th century denoting a ‘road’ or ‘racecourse’ which comes from the Latin ‘carrus’ or ‘wheeled vehicle’. What the term captures is this sense of travel, movement, momentum and progression and not the stagnant sense of a ‘job for life’ that we …

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