Redundancy. What next? – By Natasha Stone

However it may feel, you're not the worst person in the room, you're not the weak link. I promise you this. Redundancy is always a difficult topic, there's often a tranche of posts extolling the virtues of 'Best thing that happened to me, gave me a kick to get on with what I wanted to …

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The Surveyorhood Book Report – by Surveyorhood

Team Surveyorhood never stops learning, like all professionals, and this year has been particularly busy with all of us undertaking professional and personal development over and above our CPD requirements. We read a lot and as a team decided we'd like to share some of what we are reading with you in a regular post. …

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Are you working flexibly? – By Natasha Stone

Flexible working is the big buzz word of the moment. Not to mention that we've all seen the articles extolling the virtues of four day weeks, grabbing your laptop and a comfy bean bag to focus on your work in the local coffee shop. There's endless stock images of young and trendy new-age workers in …

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Learning to serve, to lead – By Sara Cameron

I think it was Kate Taylor or maybe it was Jon Lever who announced to the APC candidates I was revising with, that we were all leaders. That is what Chartered Surveyors are. I'd always leaned into helping, developing, bringing people on to be better. I have managed and led multiple teams throughout my career …

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Collaborate this – By Sara Cameron

There is a common thread running through all of the professional development I have been undertaking recently, as well as the formal learning I have been undertaking this past year, with the Chartered Management Institute as I look to gain Chartered Manager status on my way to seeking election as FRICS. The common thread is …

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