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The first 100 days: How to impress AFTER you land that promotion
When you’ve upgraded to a new role, it’s more crucial than ever to make the right impression.
5 ways to boost your chances of promotion - according to a professional attention-seeker
Ken Robertson was the former Head of Mischief at Paddy Power. He shares his tips for getting ahead.
6 things you didn't know about... my job as a career counsellor
Breda Hegarty on how she helps people find employment (and win promotions).
'He finally called me 'mum'!': How I got a job as a sound therapist helping children
Ronan Maher started life as a musician, but his interests took him in a different direction.
How to make an internship work for you - according to an intern
Internships have acquired a bad name in recent years – but change is afoot. Éamon Cullen shares his tips on getting the most from a training position.
5 ways to be a maverick with your degree - whatever you start out doing
Jobs aren’t for life anymore – and your first career choice doesn’t have to be your last. Just ask Eoghan Darcy.
7 things you didn't know about... my job helping women make new friends at GirlCrew
Áine Mulloy shares the inside track from the hotly-tipped startup.
How I landed my job as a TV floor manager: 'Work hard and talk to everyone'
Elle Nolan on her path to a career in television.
Why confidence is essential in the modern workplace - even if you’re not on the front line
Barry O’Loughlin of Nostra on why clear, confident communication is a must.
How to influence people with confidence - and 3 classic mistakes to avoid
An experienced sales manager shares his key lessons.
7 things you didn't know about... my job helping people let their homes on Airbnb
Rachael Moore’s job is helping homeowners make a little extra money from their properties.
'Choreographing a troupe of children will prepare you for anything': How I landed a senior job in digital media
Megan Cassidy, group editor at Lovin Media, on getting where she is today.
We love to blame technology for our 'always-on' lives. But does Silicon Valley have the answers too?
We talk to Kate Moran of HubSpot to find out how the multinational handles work-life balance.
5 ways to stay sane while managing multiple projects
Majella McAllister shares her secrets for effective multitasking.
7 things you didn’t know about... work-life balance as a stay-at-home parent
How do you find a balance when your home life IS your work? Lyndsey O’Connell shares some insights.
'I've always been the organiser with friends': How I became a trailblazer in the co-working movement
Amy Connaughton is COO of Iconic Offices.
5 ways to build positive workplace relationships, according to an expert
Organisational psychologist Dee Murphy on how to boost your communication skills.
Work wars: 5 tips for holding your own in an office conflict - and when to let it go
Pick your battles, and you’ll have a far better chance of winning.
'I may be CEO, but I still do the hoovering': 7 things you didn't know about my job
It’s all hands on deck at StoryStock, says company CEO Francis Fitzgibbon.
'Life is one big negotiation, after all': How I got my job as a world-class mediator
John Sturrock reckons his teenage job as a barman set him on the right path.
Mind your language! How to talk to your boss about pay… and 3 things you should never say
Using the right approach can be crucial.
'Design can improve couples' relationships': 7 things you didn't know about my job as an architect
Denise O’Connor, managing director of Optimise Design, shares some insights.
How I landed a job as a Happiness Officer: 'My role is making people happy and excited'
And what exactly is a Happiness Officer? Julie Which of Uberflip reveals all.
7 things you didn't know about my job as... a child psychologist
The long road in college is worth it, says Sara O’Byrne of Treehouse Practice.
How to prepare for a presentation... and 3 things NOT to do
Been asked back to present your ideas? Here are some of the rookie errors to avoid.
5 ways to brush up on your key interview skills
From how to arrive to what to prepare.
'In one brewery they keep the spiderwebs': How I got hired as a drinks consultant
The dream job? Maybe, says Susan Boyle.
5 things NOT to do on LinkedIn when you're looking for a new job
From what to avoid in your profile photo, to how not to ask for a job.
Are you a coder or a communicator? In today's world, doing both is key to success
There’s a divide in the workplace, writes Sheena Madden – and the most successful people will bridge it.
7 career lessons from someone whose business is training for the future
Take risks and fail fast – it’s the only way to learn, says Jim Cassidy of Code Institute.
My Life in 6 Questions: Julian Kulkarni on hard knocks, champagne, and work-life balance
The businessman and entrepreneur on how he stays focused on the future.
5 ways to stand out in a tech-oriented business, according to Ronan Murphy of BetBright
We asked Ronan Murphy of betting platform BetBright about the qualities that make great candidates stand out.
'They were totally unaware': How unconscious bias can be as hurtful as outright discrimination
Be sensitive to your own unconsidered assumptions, writes Sheena Madden. It could go a long way.
5 career lessons I wish I'd learned younger: Torunn Dahl of Deloitte Ireland
Dahl is head of employee relations at the multinational giant.
My Life In 7 Questions: Alexandre Cartier on bringing 'diversity and inclusion' to life in Dublin
Cartier is a staffer at SurveyMonkey and leads the company’s diversity effort in Ireland.
10 must-haves to make it in a modern workplace, according to Owen Cullen
The MD of Cullen Communications on why embracing diversity creates a happier workplace.
How to put a price on your work? It's the toughest lesson of freelancing
What should you charge? When should you work for free?
7 career lessons I wish I'd learned younger: Kevin McCrystle of KAX Media
McCrystle launched KAX Media in 2006. Headquartered in Dublin, it now has offices around the world.
My Life in 6 Questions: Aidan Coughlan on a great day at his startup content agency
From coffee to Coronation Street – we asked Aidan some personal questions about his routine.
6 must-have qualities you need to make it in the creative industries, according to Ultan Devaney
Devaney founded Appassionata Flowers, one of Ireland’s leading creative florists.