Alison Knox. ‘Life is a journey filled with lessons’
It just goes to show, life skills are just that, you are never too young to start learning them or too old to put them into practise!! If you are in a similar position and unsure if you should return to work after a career break, I have one piece of advice for you, DO IT! I guarantee you have the skills you need, now you just have faith in yourself.
The Elite Female Leadership Programme is a seven–month course that helps equip women for football roles at the top level, giving them the skills needed to make a real impact off the pitch.
On AIKEN’s fourth monthly blog, Alison talks about life skills, how you are never too young to learn them or too old to put them into practice ….
With an inflation rate of over 10% in Northern Ireland, cuts to the budget will be felt by all
On AIKEN’s third monthly blog, Finn explains what his placement year has been like at the agency
On AIKEN’s second monthly blog, Caroline dives into an inspiring events schedule and stepping outside your comfort zone.
Seamus dives into how embracing change is essential to growth.
Prudent management of the fiscal levers over recent years has seen the Irish economy deliver budget surplus of €7.3 billion to October this year
Finn Shiells. ‘Life as an intern at AIKEN’
I can definitely say that I made the right choice applying to the internship in AIKEN. It has allowed me to meet so many amazing people and gain valuable experiences and skills which will help me throughout the rest of my life.
Timely Careers, part of the WIB Group, is a free support service for women returning to work which will include job posts spanning a wide range of industries.