Many see networking as an uncomfortable and obligatory extension of work, and shy away from it. But it’s a socioeconomic must, a crucial step towards getting ahead in your job. Here’s how to do it better painlessly.
Can you imagine going in to work tomorrow and being told you don’t have a manager anymore? Now imagine how that would impact your own role, and whether that is for better or worse. Welcome to a working environment where roles overlap instead of being stacked on top of each other.
Exploring space technology so humans can live on other planets: these are hugely ambitious – and some would say unlikely – plans. Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk has the CV and attitude of someone who might just succeed.
Being told to be good, green and healthy is perhaps as useful as being told to be creative. That’s why we spoke to We Are What We Do: a not-for-profit behaviour change company dedicated to tackling major social and environmental issues – without being all preachy about it.
If you need proof that creativity works with serious issues, Forum for the Future has it, and it’s Claire Wyatt’s job to find ways to communicate their tough messages creatively.