Today the University of Sydney is hosting its Pave the Way campaign to raise money for students facing physical, mental health and financial barriers as well as to support research to improve the health of people around the world.
Recently, I went to a lecture by Professor Niall Atkinson, through Sydney Ideas at the University of Sydney.
Recently I wrote this post on answering tricky interview questions for Career Actually.
Recently I wrote a little post on developing positivity in your job search.
I really like giving resume feedback. I don’t know why but I do. It has been, and still is, a key part of my work and has to be one of the many satisfying parts.
Have you ever had a near miss at work, driving or walking down the street? How did you react? After the initial shock, did you simply brush it off as a one of those things and get on with your day or look for a change to make things better or perhaps even safer?
Recently I tweeted ‘be curious’.
Two words I read somewhere in the last week. In fact, I’ve read it in many places from career-related articles and literature through to life in general pieces.
Exercising Your Career is thus about taking positive steps to having a career where you are proud to say what you do, waking up and enjoying going to work and thus improving your career well being and your personal health along the way.