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Most of us are highly aware of our weaknesses and lack of skills. We over analyse them, we worry about them and we spend a great deal of time (too much time) trying to fix them. By focussing so much time and attention on our weaknesses we can negatively affect our mental outlook and consequently our effectiveness and happiness in all walks of life.
Announced as the inaugural Specsavers everywoman in Retail Ambassador of the Year for 2013, Judith is one of the UK’s most influential personalities in retail and a champion of sustainability and ethics. As Director of Sainsbury’s brand, Judith has had a massive impact throughout the company and further afield.
We are each faced with problems every day.
Some will be major and some will be mere irritations, but it will be your problem solving skills and how you deal with the problem at hand that sets you apart from colleagues.
Bettina Boerner was always fascinated by jewellery and even as a child dreamed of being a goldsmith. German-born Bettina networked her way into an apprenticeship in a jewellery firm and by 2000 had moved to a small fashion jewellery business in London as a trained goldsmith and workshop manager. Now she is the International Head of Production at De Beers Diamond Jewellers in London.
David Bernstein, a legend in global advertising and design once said “A company’s image is a reality, it is a result of a company’s actions. If the image is unfavourable then the company probably deserves the reputation, either because it reflects the truth or because the company mismanages its communications."
Mentors. What are they? Who are they? What do they do? How do you find one?
The Oxford English Dictionary defines a mentor as follows: Mentor noun an experienced person in a company or education institution who trains and counsels new employees or students.