- Agile Career Podcast Recruitment
- My first recorded interview with Gunter Richter, Business Consulting Practice Head at Adatis and the owner of this excellent podcast series.
- My episode focuses on my career changes from a Recruitment to People Team professional and tactics to ensure success.
- Overview of the key stages of my career and development.
|60 minute interview recorded with Gunter Richter – Owner of Agile Podcast. Going through my career and the choices I have made. The utilization of key skills and tactics to make these transitions. Covers my career from University, Hardware/Telephony Sales, Agency Recruitment, CIPD Studies and Inhouse Recruitment. More recently developing an interest in coaching, taking courses and becoming a practicing Life-Coach and Mentor. |
Be prepared and planned for chance meetings and networking opportunities.
Don’t underestimate the power of networking.
Seek first to understand and then be understood.
It is important to understand and demonstrate the difference between features and benefits.
Always keep your skills current.
Identify your limiting beliefs as the first step to overcome them.
Share your knowledge with others.
When looking for new roles, do your research and homework about these roles.
Network and connect with others in similar roles that you are looking for.
Be resilient because you may get turned down at some stage.
Plan and organize your day.
Practice gratitude and positive affirmations.
- There is no longer anything like “employed for life” and, whether by design or default, careers don’t often follow a straight line.
- Our environment is constantly changing, so how do we ensure that we have the necessary skills to deal with this constant change?
- The Agile Career Podcast is a great place with tools to take you on the journey from “employed for life” to “employable for life”. Gunter provides tips, insights, and strategies to help you build the transferable skills that you’ll need.
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