Category Archives for Career Skills

Gibbs’ Reflective Cycle

Gibbs’ Reflective Cycle can be used to help you learn from your experiences. Your experiences have shaped who you are. However, to grow as a person experience alone isn’t enough. You need to reflect on your important experiences to form theories, rules, and principles that will make you better at your job. Gibbs’ Reflective Cycle […]

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SQ3R Reading Method

Have you ever picked up a textbook and started reading, only to realize after a time that none of the information is sinking in? If so, then the SQ3R Reading Method might be able to help. The SQ3R Reading Method is a technique aimed at improving the way we read and then understand an academic text. […]

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Achieving Quick Wins

Quick wins provide a way to build credibility and confidence whenever we begin a new role within our career. This new role could mean that you’ve started a new job, or that you have a new boss, or that you’ve won a new client. In today’s fast-paced business environment there’s a lot of pressure on […]

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New Boss? 5 Conversations you need to Have…

Whether you have just been promoted, started a new job, or your previous boss has been replaced, having a new boss can be a daunting experience, as you will have invested much time an effort into building your relationship with your previous boss and now you’re back to square one. To get you off to […]

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