Brexit has come as a bit of a whirlwind into the grand picture of 2016, and ever since the EU referendum on 23 June, nothing seems to be as it was. The only thing that’s certain for now is that things are going to change, for the better or for the worse, for some tremendously… Continue reading Hard Brexit – What does this mean?
[non-fiction] How To Get A Job In PR by Sarah Stimson [non-fiction] We Have A Deal by Natalie Reynolds (Hoping for more leisure reading next time.)
One of the first tasks I had to do in my first ever work experience in a small PR agency in London, was research PR Awards. “We’ve been around 5 years now, we should have one,” my boss told me, a line at which my eyes turned a bit squinty. Surely, a prestigious, one-of-a-kind award would… Continue reading PR Awards
On Thursday I attended a great event hosted by the Westminster Business School and presented by Natalie Reynolds, “Negotiate for Success or Is Negotiation a Man’s Game?” (Spoiler alert: This lecture was given by a female CEO of a negotiation consultancy advising the UN. Probably not.) With this came a book, a nice little networking… Continue reading Is Negotiation a Man’s Game? – Westminster Masterclass
It is going to be a troublesome evening. I will be pushed to do things I have never done before, not would have ever imagined I’d even be capable off. I’ll have to invite myself round to a friend with a TV license at 8pm – because it is time for the Great British Bake… Continue reading iPlayer and I
[non-fiction] Economics Made Simple by Madsen Pirie [fiction] Where’d you go, Bernadette? by Maria Semple
Well that was one hell of a summer break. (And possibly my last one. Ever.) Not that I have been idle for the past six months, but working is not the same as studying, and I’ll be damned if I’ll let the excitement of starting school again be taken away from me: New academic year,… Continue reading Kickstarting my Graduation – Third Year, here I come!