All of us at some point in our lives will have made a decision about our career. In fact, we are more likely to have made several such decisions throughout our life time. Whether to pursue a career based on your degree, or whether to work within a particular organization; these are choices which you will have made at different stages in your career development.
What do you expect from your own boss? To let you know how you’re getting on in your job? To answer any questions you have about your work load? How about to develop your long term career beyond your current managerial role?
Fancy getting some experience in another part of your business? Curious about what like might be like on the client or in-house side of your industry? Ever considered doing a secondment?
For many professionals a secondment can be a great way to develop their career whilst still remaining part of their organisation and team.
What do you expect from your boss? To let you know how you’re getting on in your job? To answer any questions you have about your work load? How about to develop your long term career and give you career advice?
Secondments have been a part of the working landscape for a very long time. Whether it’s a member of one corporate team wanting to gain experience within another function, or a government department professional working in another division, many managers have been faced with such requests.
Are secondments still that popular though? Moreover, does it matter if opportunities for such secondments within your organisation are actually very limited?
So you have your eye on that managerial role. But is it actually the best option for you? And if it is, how do you get it?
Brilliant images of the launch of the latest mission to the International Space Station and UK astronaut Tim Peake have been everywhere this week. So with launches in mind as we close the year, what of work? As you close the year and look ahead to the next, here are two simple steps that will get your career thinking moving.
Researchers have repeatedly shown that parental influence can have a significant effect on our choices about our educational and employment choices. Would you say that’s true for you too?
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Experts predict that by 2025, 50 percent of occupations existing today will be completely redundant.
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So it's a New Year! But many of us find it hard to maintain enthusiasm for the resolutions we so blithely made on New Years Eve. Perhaps chocolate just has too seductive a call, or the urge to become the greatest fitness icon since David Beckham seems like a bit too much effort.