I’m definitely an advocate for making changes if your current job or career is not helping you lead a fulfilling and rewarding life – but timing is everything.
We’ve all heard the saying, ‘it’s not what you know, it’s who you know’. When it comes to getting ahead in your career, we know that’s not entirely true because ...
A client asked me recently if it was "normal" for people to question their career choices, and if there was ever a right time to change careers.
The answer to the first question was ...
Nearly half of New Zealand’s working population thought about applying for a new job at the start of 2017.
If you’ve been toying with the idea of throwing in your 9-5 (or 8-6!) day job to become a consultant or contractor, you’ve probably been angsting about whether or not it’s the right thing to do.
If you are feeling unappreciated, undervalued, unmotivated or generally dissatisfied at work, then now might be the time to reassess your job or career.
By the time we reach mid-life, many people feel they inherently know what their values are. But surprisingly few do.
The job market is changing at an unprecedented rate - as I wrote in last month’s blog - and most affected will be those in mid-career, aged 30-55 years
Most of us would like to think that nobody else could do our jobs quite as well as we could – let alone a robot! But NZIER research indicates nearly half the current jobs in New Zealand are at risk of computerisation and automation within just 20 years.
Apparently it really is a thing. The midlife crisis is not just a cliché – one in four adults aged between 40 and 59 experience it. And, despite the stereotype that it’s a male thing, research shows that slightly more women than men go through it.