How to Move Forward when you Feel Stuck

We’ve all been there. Your job has become stale and uninteresting. You’re under increasing pressure to deliver more with less. People are coming and going, the culture is shifting. It’s not quite what it once was. You know you don’t want to stay in this role (possibly not even this organisation) for much longer. But it’s not the right time to jump ship… So what do you do? Continue reading How to Move Forward when you Feel Stuck

Transition Graduate to Employee – Top Tips

Making the transition from studies to work can be difficult. Having a full-time job is not like university with a salary; you’ll be facing new responsibilities and new challenges. You certainly won’t be able to get away with acting the same way you have at university. Although it is the most exciting part of your life, it can also come with anxiety and uncertainty, but … Continue reading Transition Graduate to Employee – Top Tips

My Placement Year at the University of Reading

My Professional Placement Year, working as a Communications Coordinator for the University of Reading has been incredible. Despite the lockdown, and the waves of disruption that came with it, I have learnt loads in my time here, and could not recommend a better role to go into for your Placement Year. I have been very fortunate to work on projects such as the MyName project … Continue reading My Placement Year at the University of Reading

A Skills Led Recovery for a new digital world

Leo Whyte is a principal consultant for BT Global, who has spent most of his career in Technology, Media & Telecoms.  Leo shares his thoughts on how the pandemic has accelerated the changes that both organisations and individuals need to embrace to succeed. For all the uncertainty since the coronavirus struck, one thing is undeniable; success, if not survival, in the challenging economic landscape has … Continue reading A Skills Led Recovery for a new digital world

Destroyer of the first page!

Can making mistakes be a good thing?! Have you struggled with making a start on an application or assessment? Or even an important assignment? You are not alone! When I was an art student (many moons ago) I always used to struggle with adding anything to a new sketchbook. The concept of keeping the sketchbook in this perfect condition, and never doing anything I wasn’t … Continue reading Destroyer of the first page!