Job Blog

7th March 2018

How To… Love What You Do

IN her latest blog post for nijobfinder.co.uk Generation Women founder, Sinead Sharkey shares her top tips for falling in love with your job. How do you feel about your job? Did you know your career is the number one factor in your overall wellbeing? It stands to reason, after all, it’s what we do every...

1st February 2018

How to Get Unstuck:  A 5-step strategy to help you get out of your career funk

I often have people come to me for coaching because they’ve lost their career mojo.  They’re not happy with where they’re at and feel stuck!  I hear things like ‘I’ve been there too long and I don’t have the confidence to make the change’, or ‘I don’t know where to go next’. Couple that feeling...

10th October 2017

Position yourself for Promotion

It’s that time of the week again and we’ve another fantastic blog from Sinead Sharkey of Generation Women, this week she shares with us how to position yourself for a promotion. Sinead is the Founder of Generation Women and is a Career and Leadership Coach. She has almost 20 years’ experience of developing leaders in...

4th October 2017

Habits for career success

It’s that time of the week again and we’ve another fantastic blog from Sinead Sharkey of Generation Women, this week she explores how to create habits for success. Sinead is the Founder of Generation Women and is a Career and Leadership Coach. She has almost 20 years’ experience of developing leaders in global corporates. Her...

19th September 2017

What is your personal brand?

Today marks the first day of our new biweekly blog from Sinead Sharkey of Generation Women, this week she explores your personal brand and how to get it right. Sinead is the Founder of Generation Women and is a Career and Leadership Coach. She has almost 20 years’ experience of developing leaders in global corporates....

25th August 2017

Why you shouldn’t burn your bridges

There comes a time in every employee’s working life when they mull over the process of how they’re going to leave their job. Generally it’s after a particularly bad day when nothing has gone right and everybody is annoying them. Their computer’s crashed and lost all their hard work, the boss has reprimanded them for...

18th August 2017

Why uni isn’t always the best route

For some, this week will have included the pat on the back they were expecting after a long, nervous wait over the summer. They’ll have woken up to a set of A Level results which will see them sail on to their chosen university and will spend this weekend celebrating and learning how to cook...

11th August 2017

Why an apprenticeship could be your ticket to a new career

There aren’t many boardrooms I’d rave about but if you’re lucky enough to get a chance to visit Harland & Wolff’s then grab it with both hands. It is packed with mahogany furniture of the finest quality including one of the longest boardroom tables every created, models of ships it has made and oil platforms...

4th August 2017

Jobcast Week 18

This week we hear about the recruitment crisis in the manufacturing sector, 17 jobs at a Belfast IT firm and five posts in an engineering firm.

4th August 2017

Why the manufacturing sector needs YOU!

Another day, another industry crying out for talent. I know what you’re thinking: “he’s going to talk about the IT or the construction industry again”, but no, it’s actually the manufacturing sector (you know, the actual process of making stuff?). Back in the day, Northern Ireland used to be a world leader in manufacturing –...

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