We all talk to ourselves. In our heads there are constant thoughts and reactions, aspirations and intuitions flitting about. These inner conversations are what propel us forward, for the most part. But in the busy, cut-and-thrust world of work, the conversations we have with ourselves are all too often rushed and incomplete.
By Belinda Begrie, National Relationship Manager Working in the Careers industry means that I’m in the fortunate position of hearing hundreds of career stories. This week I read an email from a customer saying “I am very pleased to say four little words I thought I’d never say again…. I love my job!” The flip […]
By Dr Edwin Trevor-Roberts Earlier this month, one in five Swiss people voted for a universal wage. While the referendum didn’t get enough votes to pass, it has opened up an important conversation around what the world would look like if we worked not because we had to, but because we wanted to. What meaningful […]