It’s a tough time for everyone right now.
And if you’re a recent graduate looking to start your career, I can imagine it is a very troubling time for you as I know many of your plans might have been smacked by the curveball that is life.
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“Do not spoil what you have by desiring what you have not; remember that what you now have was once among the things you only hoped for.”Epicurus
A brand that many of us will know is Apple. The creators of some of the most revolutionary pieces of technology in our history. Although giants now, it was not always this way.
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Do you know that one of the most injury filled jobs in the world is that of the typical office worker, even more so than construction workers or those on oil rigs. Seriously, your desk and chair are literally deadly weapons.
A popular phrase I’m hearing at the moment is reboarding.
For those not in the know, reboarding is the process of re-introducing people back to the workplace after the disrupted environment caused by COVID-19.
This is going to be high on the agenda for all workplaces and in particular HR teams. After such a long period of disruption, uncertainty and a lot of fear. We’ll all need an adaptation period and a plan to help us get settled and look to navigate whatever the world will look like.
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I really struggled with what to call this post. It was first called the commandments of learning, then it was the disruptors rules for learning in the modern age. But none of those felt right.
Even the title you have now read, still doesn’t quite feel right.
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