Insights from Heather Yaxley
Mad Men and Working Girls
The Mad Men & Working Girls folk theory of career progression is dated, dysfunctional and irrelevant for the contemporary workplace, argues Dr Heather Yaxley.
This week in PR (11 September)
Back to school, but perhaps not 'back to work'. Here's our pick of #ThisWeekinPR.
So you want to work in… Automotive PR
Heather Yaxley explains what it's like to work in automotive PR.
In this article, Dr Heather Yaxley sets out the importance of career connections to address occupational inequality in the public relations industry.
Career building blocks
Given the employment uncertainty created by the global Covid-19 crisis, Dr Heather Yaxley provides guidance in this article to help you create an agile professional development plan (PDP) using a dynamic and flexible set of career building blocks.
Investing in career capital for high impact results
Dr Heather Yaxley discusses how to nurture your career capital investment portfolio
How to use a capability framework to upscale your career
Our careers specialist suggests how you can use the Global Capability Framework for yourself and within your teams.
Take a break: Career inspiration for your Summer holidays.
This Ask Dr Heather Yaxley feature invites you to take a break and get some career inspiration.
Being flexible. The career implications of changing patterns of work
Dr Heather Yaxley addresses flexible working, four day weeks and career narratives.
How to declutter your worklife and spark career joy
Dr Heather Yaxley has advice on decluttering our personal brand, on longevity and on creating a learning culture.
New CIPR Specialist Diploma in Digital Communications
The CIPR has launched a new Specialist Diploma with Digital Communications joining successful and popular qualifications in Internal Communication, Crisis Communications and Public Affairs.