CD coaching's Carole Douillot talks about coaching benefits and the client's journey through the coaching process:
Shenzhen-based DB Investment Management Ltd (DBI) has joined the Crayfish.io Accelerator as its second Anchor Investor, opening up further opportunities for UK and European semiconductor and IoT companies to join the programme and get ‘China-ready’.
Renowned children’s poet and author Michael Rosen visited Cambridge to create poems with schoolchildren whose artwork covers hoardings around the new Chisholm Trail walking and cycling route.
Learn about the typical and not so typical journeys of making ideas reality, from the podcast series by Cambridge University Technology & Enteprise Club for aspiring innovators.
If we are to avert a climate disaster, we must sharply reduce our emissions, starting today. Cambridge Zero, the University's ambitious new climate initiative, will generate ideas and innovations to help shape a sustainable future - and equip future generations of leaders with the skills to navigate the global challenges of the coming decades...
Join the Cambridge Museum of Technology for a family-friendly Victorian Christmas celebration, filled with crafts, music, mince pies, and much more!
Bringing the outside in to educational spaces aids wellbeing and makes good business sense, as interior-architecture practice Eve Waldron Design explains...
Meet Cambridge , the official conference and events bureau for Cambridge, has celebrated two years of successful fundraising for a regional mental health charity, with an official cheque presentation ceremony.
Cambridge engineers whose inventions have had a lasting impact on society have featured in a new book titled 'The Life Scientific: Inventors'.
A new partnership between ThoughtRiver and Taylor Vinters has seen an automated customer review service be established.
This week Alastair Macdougall of NW Brown Wealth Management looks at the Liontrust Special Situations fund, an open-ended investment vehicle that operates within the UK All Companies sector.
A Cambridge College has held an event to showcase a selection of wines from China, with a tasting session led by an international specialist in the field.
The UK’s Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) is welcoming an increased focus on “enforcing” children’s rights, including measures to help protect them online.
Legal & General Surveying Services have launched SmartrSurvey, a first of its kind digital survey platform - with The Cambridge confirmed as the first lender to formally use the innovative system with its borrowers.
A remarkable World War II-era RAF Watch Office has been restored at Alconbury Weald near Huntingdon.
Repositive announced that its directory of over 5,300 preclinical cancer models is now available on Scientist.com, the world’s largest marketplace for outsourced R&D.
While it may seem that providing interview feedback to an unsuccessful candidate is an unnecessary task, providing candidate feedback after interview or submission of their CV can not only better them, but also your business. This allows your company to understand the type of candidate they are looking for and what qualities are not required....
Compandben has had a request from a potential client to produce EMPLOYEE HANDBOOKS for employees in France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland and eventually Australia and Canada.
Understanding the motivational drivers for candidates is crucial when planning your recruitment process. Busy Bee Recruitment suggests a couple of the top job perks that could be offered:
Sarah Austin; Independent Financial Adviser of Martin-Redman Partners, discusses “Talk Money, Talk Pensions Week” which was held by the Money and Pensions Service last week with the aim of improving the 'financial wellbeing' of the public.