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Who to follow on LinkedIn

Authors: Stephanie Toull, Jason Phillips, Shanon O'Donnell, Jess Holmes   Networking is an essential aspect of developing your career. It enables you to exchange ideas, learn from others, keep up to date with recent research and best practices, increase your…

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The Queen’s Gambit: Creativity and the Domain

Author: Leanne Kenyon Leanne is a PhD student studying creativity and innovation interventions in business at the University of Hertfordshire, having graduated from MSc in Occupational Psychology in 2019. She has spent 6 years working in Knowledge Exchange, supporting collaborations…

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Ready… Steady… CHANGE

“Change initiatives are time-sensitive: The longer it takes, the greater the detrimental effect” Author: Rachele Verdini I am an MSc Occupational Psychology student with a passion for organisational change, leadership, and positive psychology. Being fascinated by the world of work,…

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The ABC of Career Management

“Making the connection between ambition and business needs”   The NexGen editorial team were thrilled to connect with Antoinette Oglethorpe, a leadership development consultant, coach, speaker and author. In our interview, Antoinette shares the ABC of career management, underlining the…

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Steering Through the Job Market During Lockdown

“Staying well-informed of the demands and changes of a job, requires you to continuously learn, reflect and evolve” Author: Uzma Waseem (Head of Early Talent, ABP)   As a jobseeker you are now facing a hugely different landscape compared to…

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Making Attitudinal Pivots in Uncertain Times

“Impact more, worry less” Author: Lusine Magakian   Who would have expected us to be avoiding mass gatherings, restaurants, be working from home and be quarantined all together just a few months ago...? Who would have guessed that financial markets…

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