All Careers Advice

  • When it comes to equality, diversity and inclusion, it is important for everyone to broaden their awareness, knowledge, understanding and education around the subject – whether you are an individual, employer, or recruiter. Alexis Curtis-Harris explains
  • When it comes to equality, diversity and inclusion, it is important for everyone to broaden their awareness, knowledge, understanding and education around the subject – whether you are an individual, employer, or recruiter. Alexis Curtis-Harris explains
  • Nick Cole looks at the importance of being alert to ‘moral injury’ and its impact upon workforce wellbeing and retention
  • Martin Tucker considers the role of HR and its place within a local authority
  • Tile Hill’s Dino Christodoulou offers his top five suggestions on what high performing interims do differently that ensure a healthy career
  • The sector has been leading the charge in promoting the climate agenda with a host of green initiatives, but none of this will work if the right people are not in place to impliment them. Gemma Matin and Jon Dilling look at how best to find the right candidates to maintain your organisation’s gre...
  • Charlotte Croffie highlights why inclusive leadership is vital in todays evolving world, and how a workforce that reflects its community can truly benefit your organisation
  • The current market for interim talent is in good shape, and you might need to adapt your approach in order to attract the best candidates. Beth Roberts looks at some of the steps needed to put your organisation in prime position
  • Natasha Hilton-Keane assesses the key questions being asked by ambitious candidates looking to take the next step, and looks at what local authorities are doing to stand out in a challenging market
  • Rebecca Davis looks at how the landscape of the sector will continue to evolve over the next 12 months, and that supporting ‘our people’ – both internally and externally – will be more important than ever.
  • Neel Patel looks at how councils are establishing large reform programmes to meet the financial challenges
  • Using mental health as a key starting point, Penna’s Sonia Tanda offers some top tips on how to retain your key workers
  • Leadership comes in many forms, and as Neil Lupin reflects on the countless examples being displayed both on a local level and abroad, he finds that leadership is not just the preserve of those ‘in charge’.
  • Dawar Hashmi looks at the various definitions of leadership in today’s landscape and, using the experiences of the past, outlines how you can be an effective one.
  • In the world of social care, the post-pandemic environment has created a greater need for versatility and more agile structures of working – which in turn have put added pressure on leadership figures. Nik Shah looks at what can be done to help protect and develop one of the sector’s most valuabl...
  • While there are ups and downs in the world of work, ‘climbing the ladder’ is not the only way – or more specifically, direction – in which to progress your career. Phil Whitman explains
  • This month provides a significant opportunity to discuss mental health within our workplaces, homes and communities. Gemma Stevenson-Coupe looks at how organisations can use this moment to approach the challenge of encouraging and maintaining wellbeing.
  • Ben Cox shares Penna’s data and insights on the executive talent market in 2021, and looks at what this year has in store
  • Neil Lupin takes a look at what this year brings for the sector, and assesses the immediate future for interims.
  • Sam Ellis and Frazer Thouard look at the landscape for public services over the coming year, and highlight key priorities for organisations, as the sector embarks on a ‘war’ for talent