You may have fallen into the trap of believing that after several years of working in the legal sector, entering the classroom is not worth it. Alternatively, you may have only joined the ranks of the 100,000s working in the legal sector nationally, in the past few months and are acutely aware of the need to differentiate yourself as well as to continually learn .
It’s National Volunteering Month and here at Leap Like a Salmon, we want to talk about why it’s such a great idea to volunteer. Yes, there’s the age old, ‘it looks great on your CV’, however, volunteering opens up so much more than that! Take a look at 10 ways it will benefit you:Continue reading
Teams are the foundation of every organisation, whatever the size. From ensuring companies stay connected to their customers, to ensuring operations are kept running smoothly and to ensure the business stays at the cutting edge of their sector. In other words teams are the lifeblood of small businesses.
We are delighted to have FluidIT as our customers who are capturing and managing their CPD online as a company, collaborating and sharing knowledge in their teams.Continue reading
At the start of the year most people are thinking about their plans to develop their business or themselves, set a new goal or set of objectives. So how is that going? Here are some thoughts and tips to help you. Our January theme is: ‘#GetOrganised’. What better way to start getting organised in 2019 then to clarify your own career journey?Continue reading
What is Reflective Practice?
It may seem strange to consider reflection as a skill, however when you consider that it is an active process, that requires effort and practice, it will change your perception from seeing reflection as a surface level reaction to a more considered and deeper thought process that really is a skill that should be developed. Continue reading
It is easy to think that after several years in your field as a finance professional, that you are beyond entering the classroom anymore. For accountants and professionals in the financial sector though, there is still plenty of learning to come. Continue reading