How long are yours? Four pages? More? But what do you do when you get them from prospective suppliers? I’ll bet that 99 per cent of you, like me, turn to the back page, look at the price, and then make a decision whether to bother reading the rest of it.
The typical strains associated with the run up to Christmas highlight what can happen when one gets overloaded. The challenge is – how best to handle it? Top Tips and some real life examples of people who have handled some exceptional “crushes”!
Think hard about why you want to study – real experience in a company can be a far better way to learn skills and get on in your career.
Years ago I remember reading Arthur Hailey’s book “Wheels”. This was a fictional tome that covered the car industry, and followed on from novels about the airline and hotel sectors. As a boy reading the book on the car industry, the thing that struck me most forcefully was how the executive, Adam Trenton, found he always had more things to do than time to do them. This particularly made an impact because it was out of my experience. Now, years later, it’s my daily problem.
To be in the final is really exciting, especially waiting for the former candidates to come back. When they arrive and you stand their picking your team, it’s almost like being back at school! For me, Chris picked a really strong team. He had both Jamie and Liz who were two of my top picks from the beginning. However, as good as Chris and his team were, it was Stella’s night.
The interview episode always makes for great TV but having been through the process, there is so much the viewers don’t see.
We all know how important it is to adopt green practices, but making a business more environmentally friendly in a challenging economic market can seem daunting.
Well this week turned into the Stuart Baggs episode as his outrageous boardroom statements continued and amazingly kept him in over one of my tips for the top four!
MEPs have backed an extension of maternity leave laws to 20 weeks, but what impact will this have on UK businesses?
As national novel writing came to a close last month, one Book Midwife is encouraging all budding authors to not give up hope on completing their books!