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Tweet Most people that I know with a portfolio career have unpaid work as part of that portfolio. I certainly do. I have offered free mentoring to people for many years. I have chaired my local community association for 8 years and for the past 3 years I have been a trustee for Disability Sport […]

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Tweet General practice should cast off the stuffy reputation of traditional models of working and embrace ‘exciting’ new systems to attract trainees into the workforce, Health Education England (HEE) has said. Selling new ways of working and flexible careers will be emphasised as part of plans to get more trainees into the profession and build […]

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Tweet I am delighted to introduce a guest blog today, Rachel Brushfield, director of Energise – The Talent Liberation Company. https://www.linkedin.com/in/energiseliberateyourtalent Rachel shares her thoughts on uncertainty following the Leave outcome of the UK referendum. The certainty of uncertainty While on holiday in Sicily recently, I awoke to hotter than expected June air and the […]

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Tweet An excellent new resource for people looking for alternatives to the traditional concepts of work and careers. The Hire Me My Way campaign is led by Timewise, a multi-award winning social business. Their founding vision is that ‘everyone should be able to find the flexibility they need in their job, without losing their value in the […]

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Tweet Katie being interviewed recently by Changeboard.

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Tweet Fast Company has its pick of the best books of the year. All about finding fulfillment, getting productive and creating healthy habits.

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Freelance Freedom

by Katie Ledger on September 26, 2012 · 0 comments

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Tweet Fast Company has the skinny on Freelancing….

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Like water…

by Katie Ledger on September 16, 2012 · 0 comments

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Tweet Beautiful post on David Foster Wallace

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Portfolio Nations

by Katie Ledger on September 5, 2012 · 0 comments

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Tweet “Who knows where it will end, but with most studies predicting about one out of every three people will be in some form of contingent employment by 2020 – by choice or otherwise – I think one thing is clear: companies of all walks of life need to rethink their talent acquisition strategies.” David […]

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Tweet Words of wisdom from Charles Handy recently in London.

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