6 ways to choose the best employees: guest post by Richard Matteucci

Anthony Haynes writes: We like to host guest posts from other writers in our core fields of talent acquisition and talent management. Here we are very pleased to publish a post from Richard Matteucci. We’re in the process of publishing our own series of posts on how to make best use of talent acquisition companies. But… Read More

How coaching works — and what it can achieve: the coachee’s view

Anthony Haynes writes: This week’s post is the  first of a two-part case study focused on the impact of personal coaching. This week we hear the coachee’s perspective in the words of one coachee, who wishes to remain anonymous. Next week, we’ll publish the coach’s perspective. The coach concerned is Alison France, who we introduced… Read More

The professions and social mobility – by ACCA’s Sarah Hathaway

Anthony Haynes writes: As regular readers will know, one focus of this blog is issues of talent acquisition and management for membership organisations. And we like to host guest posts. This week we’re delighted to combine those two interests by publishing a post by Sarah Hathaway, Head of ACCA UK. Sarah Hathaway writes: Few people in… Read More

Why is careers advice so important? Jane Scott Paul on young people’s needs today

Anthony Haynes writes: This week is Professions Week in the UK. I’m delighted to introduce this highly topical guest post from AAT Chief Executive,  Jane Scott Paul OBE. Careers advice is back in the spotlight after a research report, ‘Life as a Professional; what do 14-19 year-old really think?’ released on behalf of Professions Week (21-27 October)… Read More

You Don’t Really Want Diversity, Do You?

Anthony Haynes writes: This week we’re delighted to publish this stimulating and forthright guest post by Mason Donovan and Mark Kaplan. We invited the post after coming across their new book (for details, please see below) and are grateful to them for obliging so handsomely. Mason Donovan and Mark Kaplan write: Okay, consciously all of us,… Read More