Digital Connectedness: Maximising the Potential of Your Network
Aimed at educators but with relevance to us all from EHub Supporter, Sue Beckingham of Sheffield Hallam University.


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David Shindler MA, BA, MIEP

Learning to Leap

Personal and Professional Development at Work, Learning to Leap Author

I help students and graduates bridge the gap with employers and the world of work, so they learn to leap. *As an experienced workplace coach, I am in the business of decisions - so individuals take ownership and action to achieve their job and career goals, and organisations build the skills they need for the future *As a trusted facilitator and consultant, I am in the business of freedom - so teams and organisations get things done quicker and better *As a blogger and social collaborator, I am in the business of thinking - so that people are more informed and empowered My portfolio includes: *As an independent with universities, colleges and schools on student and graduate employability *As an associate consultant with employers on OD, leadership, management, change, collaboration, careers and talent liberation Interviews with BBC Radio 5 Live on leadership, Forbes magazine on careers, a regular on the Guardian's online careers panel for Q&As, in the top 100 Twitter accounts job seekers are advised to follow in 2012 and 2013, regular guest blogger with YouTern.com and Undergradsuccess.com. I created The Employability Hub, a social learning community and resource centre for students and recent graduates, supported by a handpicked group of experts and specialists in the core areas that all employers want. I am author of a book on how to be more employable within a job or seeking one (Learning to Leap). With 5 star reviews on Amazon, it's about developing and sustaining lifelong learning in the new economy. Clients and peers consistently say I provide a value-added service driven by integrity, fairness and reliability and work with them collaboratively based on trust.
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