Date/Datum: Tomorrow 10th May 2016 Where?/Wo?: Twitter & Facebook Hi, for those of you that need to improve your written Business English or want to ease yourself back into using your English by writing, after all it’s less intimidating than speaking, right? want to discover how to use Twitter for business networking I have just the challenge for you… (I’m like a […]
I’m not sure about you, but when I am nervous or excited about something new, I tend to speak really fast? I have to confess, that I do this both in my own native tongue – English but also in German and Finnish. So what’s so bad about speaking fast? Surely that’s good isn’t it? […]
Being British I now realise having moved to the land of Lederhosen and Sauerkraut almost 15 years ago that the Brits can be so painstakingly vague sometimes! We use phrases like, “See you at 2ish” – which would be a cardinal sin for your typical punctual type. Or worse still, “See you later”, when in actual […]
Let’s face it the very essence of IT is wrapped up in projects. Big projects, small projects, perhaps just a temporary role like specifications development, but one thing is for sure, it is all up against a deadline. Ironically the deadline to release is paramount to a client, but their own deadline for completion of testing […]
Last year, Sheryl Sandberg wrote ‘Lean In’, advising women on how to make progress in the workplace. Why not join us in the facebook group on the 5. May to discuss the book and discover which strategies are possible within our own careers and whether a career change is necessary to make the move into […]
Women make up 49% of the UK labour force but they account for just 17% of IT and telecom professionals.
Hamilton Bradshaw does a great job of answering this question… A great combination of video and the text so that you can read or watch depending on where you are or how you want to.
You know what, it is easy to do what you have always done. It is convenient to do things the way you always do them and if you want to try something new, there are always people out there, some of whom will consider themselves to be friends, that seem intent on putting a spanner […]