Okay, so you have returned home and need to find a job. How do you present your overseas travel to employers? Last decade taking a year off to travel was seen as a career breaker. Today, it is the opposite and can actually help your career. Employers are slowly seeing the benefits to hiring someone with travel on their resume. Continue reading “Resume Writing for Travellers”
A blank gap on your resume raises eyebrows from recruitment managers. These gaps may be months or years where an applicant has not been in the traditional workplace.
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There are lots of meetings everyday whether it be for work, social or personal business. But how many of those meetings are really essential? Do you find yourself walking away from them with valuable information? Or are they just meetings for the sake of having meetings? If this is the case, then you should probably look for other methods to communicate information. Continue reading “Are Your Meetings Productive?”
There are many books on leadership, each quoting the secrets to great leadership. But many organisations are still struggling to find effective leaders. The authors of these books agree there is a difference between management and leadership. The audience of those same books struggle to put leadership into practice. So what makes a great leader? Continue reading “What Makes A Good Leader?”
It may seem surprising, but yes, the more you travel the greater your resilience builds. Especially if you travel solo or frequently. Travelling is both rewarding and challenging. but it is the challenges you face which build your resilience. Most importantly, the way you deal with these challenges will help you in the workplace. Continue reading “Building Resilience through Travel”