Catching the wave: 21st century careers

Anthony Haynes writes: What’s your image of a university press? Perhaps an organisation that produces esoteric, ivory-tower, publications that sit, largely unread, in academic libraries. Not so Deloitte University Press. Deloitte University specialises in leadership. Its press continues that theme in the sense of thought leadership. Its publications cover contemporary challenges in such areas as… Read More

Apprenticeships require leadership: Julie Lloyd reports from Apps4England

Julie Lloyd writes: With numbers entering apprenticeships down and national apprenticeship week 5-9 March fast approaching, it seems timely to consider Anne Milton’s questions posed at the Apps4England conference 25 January. How to position the apprenticeship sector for 10-20 years from now?  And how do I respond to her rallying call: “we need to change the perceptions… Read More

The effect of your view on your work

Anthony Haynes writes: When I was planning a series of posts on home- and remote working, I wrote to FJ Wilson Talent Services’ employees and associates to discuss ideas with them. The kind of content I had in mind was tips on making productive time, organising work space, and so on. So I was rather… Read More

Chengwei Liu: how to gain an advantage in talent acquisition

  Anthony Haynes writes: Chengwei Liu is a business researcher whose work has direct implications for management — especially in the talent sector. He has already won more than ten teaching awards and is listed by Thinkers50 as a next-generation business guru. This week Chengwei kindly agreed to being interviewed for our blog… Q: Chengwei,… Read More