There are situations when you should still apply for that role, even if your own background doesn’t quite match the job’s ‘essential experience’.
A big move can be life-changing, in a good way. However it’s essential to do your research and planning, and prepare for ups and downs along the way.
Thinking back on my career, I realised I’ve learned a few lessons about being a good leader, so decided to share these in the hope that they might help others in their own leadership journey.
I recently heard a TED Talk on the topic of choice. This got me thinking about how we make decisions about our jobs, and choose whether to accept or decline a job offer.
Recently taking over a secondment in our Wellington branch has not only meant commuting from Auckland each week, but stepping into a new role. This is how I’ve managed both the personal and professional challenges.
Personal life experiences mould & affect our work behaviour. Here are some life lessons I’ve learnt after spending some time with a friend battling cancer.
Our advice to candidates in this situation is to start small and look for a role that can get you a step closer to what you want.