Category Archives: career planning

Stuck in your career? You can solve it. Here is the plan.

All of us encounter a stage -or stages- in our career whereby we ask ourselves: ‘Is this it? Really?’ When you doubt about that what you are daily doing. Where you are worried about your future prospects in the job, … Continue reading

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Corporate career quotes for reflection

Organised by the student organisation ‘Ekonomika’ of the Leuven University, end of September 2013 students were given a great opportunity to network with business professionals and to prepare for their next stage in life: building as successful career. With thanks … Continue reading

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All Hail the Generalist

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Talent acquisition – Is it true that…?

Yesterday, I was surfing the internet; “googling” as it’s called. Now, isn’t that evidence of an amazing business success when your brand becomes a generic verb or noun? Even Coca-Cola didn’t achieve that; nor did BMW or Vodafone or Tesco. … Continue reading

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1 Basic rule on reward.

I cannot recall an era where there hasn’t been any debate on salaries and reward. And there will always be. Today, the content of the debate is enlarged. It’s not just about the level of pay but largely also on … Continue reading

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Your worst ever investment.

Is your career-racing habit your worst ever investment? Ages ago, with monies kindly received from my grandma, I put €25 to a savings account. Years later I went back to the bank and added another €45 to that account. Half … Continue reading

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