Geraldine Crawford asks this poignant question in the first instalment of her series on Life and Work At my daughter’s recent graduation ceremony Greg Dyke, Chancellor of the University of York, made a pretty inspirational speech. He had advice for the new graduates in front of him who were about to embark on their careers: […]
eraldine has over thirty years experience working in the Careers Guidance Sector. She has had a variety jobs in the profession, including both as a Careers Adviser with adults and young people. She is an experienced trainer, consultant, manager and adviser and has written training courses and resources for careers guidance professionals. She has recently decided to embark on semi retirement, in order “ to have a rest!” and prioritise some family commitments. Her last job role was at Manchester Metropolitan University where she was a Senior Lecturer and the Programme Leader for the professional training course for mature students wishing to train as Careers Advisers. She has a lifelong interest in training and supporting employees and staff within the workplace, and working with both women and men seeking to improve their work satisfaction and its role in their wider lives.