Friday 10th August 2018
It’s fair to say that to succeed in business you need to develop certain skills. The ability to speak confidently and clearly in public is one of these. Regardless of the job that you do, you probably undertake some form of public speaking, whether this be providing an update in a meeting, briefing your manager, speaking to customers or delivering a presentation in front of a large audience. If you are self-employed, your skills need to be even sharper; much business comes from producing video content for social media, and never underestimate how important it is to network and sell yourself effectively.
Monday 14th May 2018
By WISH Midlands Region
Shropshire is often viewed as a rural idyll but average house prices are 8.5 times the average salary.
Thursday 15th March 2018
By Rosie Dennis
I recently read an article that described a career as a journey that is ‘increasingly restricted by the terrain around it’, and I immediately related to this statement, recognising that my brief career journey so far has been eased and slowed by smooth surfaces and ruts.
By Asif Choudry
Making sure people skills and business skills are aligned has been critical to the success of Resource, the Leeds-based company that provides award-winning marketing communications products and services to social housing organisations nationwide. HR and Performance Director Gail Weathers explains the critical role she has played in the company’s development and describes her journey from Youth Training Scheme (YTS) trainee to company director.
By [email protected]
Manisha Patel, Partner, has been appointed as part of a 50-strong panel of Design Advocates to the Mayor of London – drawn from a pool of individuals representing the highest quality of talent and expertise across a broad range of built environment disciplines.
By Emily Rackham, calfordseaden
By Jo Cowlin, Bolt From The You
Stop playing the blame game.
By Jo Cowlin
Use it or lose it. How your short and long term memory affects your ability to learn.
By Danna Walker, Architect and Director of Built By Us
We need to make a conscious effort to ensure that we are not missing out on the best talent and that we are giving everyone a chance to become their best selves and contribute fully, regardless of background.
By Lou Banks
Do you ever find yourself saying things like ‘I have no confidence when it comes to public speaking,’ or ‘I’m really terrible at Maths,’ or even the dreaded ‘I’m not good enough.’
By Anna Keys, Senior Quantity Surveyor, calfordseaden
This year’s RICS Matrics Assembly was held at Oulton Hall in Leeds and one of calfordseaden’s senior quantity surveyors and RICS Matrics board member, Anna Keys, was in attendance.
By Tim Miles, Blake Morgan
The Housing White Paper represents the first major Housing publication since the DCLG published its 2011 Housing Strategy.
By Jo Cowlin, Bolt from the You
The hashtag for International Women’s day hit me in the face. I loved it. I was hooked in.
By Chris Young - Communications Officer, Tridos Bank
As more households struggle to meet energy costs in houses that are inadequately insulated and maintained, Neil Hewitt, Social and Cultural Manager at Triodos Bank, explores the steps that the bank are taking to address the growing problem with Warmer Homes and Greener Communities loans.