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30th March 2023
Art critic Martin Gayford on what he’s learned from his stellar career
From my experience young people are sometimes perplexed about how to begin a career in journalism....
29th March 2023
Costeau on alcohol and leadership
During the short-lived Truss administration, Costeau found himself scouting the terrain for revealin...
28th March 2023
Stephen Fry on the need to relax
Despite his success, one sometimes feels a little sorry for Stephen Fry: for some, he is the celebri...
27th March 2023
Film review: What does the case of Elvis Presley tell us about work?
We sometimes talk as a society as though being successful were somehow the be-all and end-all...
24th March 2023
Baroness Anne Jenkin on Women2Win, JK Rowling and the ‘Animal Farm of our times’
My prime role in life is as an advocate for getting more women into Parliament...
23rd March 2023
Stuart Thomson: Don’t Be Afraid To Ask Questions in the Workplace
We all want to learn by receiving feedback on our work but sometimes that just isn’t enough....
22nd March 2023
As a new £100 million hydro scheme is approved in Scotland, what are the job opportunities?
The news that a new hydro project has been approved in Scotland ought to focus minds on jobs in the ...
21st March 2023
As the Met faces crisis, is the police still a desirable career?
It's not a good time for the Met, to put it mildly. The Sarah Everard murder...
17th March 2023
Katharine Birbalsingh on the problem with government
I am sometimes asked if there’s any danger of children being put off by reading Shakespeare....
16th March 2023
Opinion: Job-seekers need to embrace this period of change
It was Ernest Hemingway who said in respect of bankruptcy that it happens ‘bit by bit, then all at o...
15th March 2023
A Letter from Cyprus: Sophia Petrides
Relocating can be a breath of fresh air, literally and figuratively. After decades of battling throu...
14th March 2023
Diary: Toby Young on journalism, diversity-crats and not oversleeping
Journalism is a great career for someone in their twenties and thirties, but it’s a very people are ...
13th March 2023
Former minister Brooks Newmark on Rwanda, lifelong learning, and Ukraine
As an MP, over 25 per cent of the people who approach you for surgeries is generally about their chi...
10th March 2023
Sock it to them: Ronel Lehmann reviews Socca Bistro
Our dinner was booked at Mark’s Club, but my host informed me that the establishment was closed for ...
8th March 2023
What can Vincent Van Gogh teach us in our careers?
To say it’s Vincent Van Gogh season in London might be to overstate the case: it always is....
24th February 2023
Exclusive: David Cameron and the plight of the former Prime Minister
It’s not quite clear if David Cameron is taller than you might expect, or whether you’ve given him e...
21st February 2023
Opinion: Patrick Crowder on the HR industry
The mere mention of human resources can conjure up all sorts of preconceptions and emotions. Often h...
3rd February 2023
The Baroness and the Mujahideen: the remarkable tale of Marefat school in Afghanistan
Vladimir Putin’s Russia launched a special operation against Ukraine on 24th February. This episode ...
16th January 2023
Long Read: Have we Lost the Habit of Independent Thought?
Our cities are so far advanced down a misguided aesthetic that even revolutionary projects must be u...
13th January 2023
Adam Page: ‘It’s indefensible to be involved in business and not understand finance’
This is the story of a fantastic journey....
10th January 2023
Tim Jackson: I Learned it in a Band: How to apply transferable skills to just about anything
I have a theory: much of the value-add you bring to your work comes from elsewhere....

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