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To help students glean lessons on what not to do as they start their internships, I found some great tips shared by Business Insider Australia who had summed up the common mistakes pretty well. Their stories don’t disappoint. Here we go.
I guess I have a “global career”. I teach MBA courses in Asia and Latin America for the AGSM. I host a TV show The Airport Economist about doing business internationally. And a podcast of the same name. And, of course, it all started with a book called, you guessed it, The Airport Economist! By Tim Harcourt
"I need a mentor" is a request I often receive from students and graduates in the Business School. Most of them have never had a career mentor, they have some vague idea that receiving mentoring can be beneficial to their career but most of them, at least initially, do not clarify their career needs or... Continue Reading →
Our UniSA Career Manager, Katrina Gillespie, shares her insight on career management in different ages and stages.
Esther Roberts reflects on her role as Trade and Investment Director with the London Office of the Agent General, and how she can help Australian businesses achieve success in the UK.
I am often asked; how do you build a career in cyber security? I’d like to believe it’s because the way I’ve described it has made it a super cool, growing and fascinating career to have. Or maybe everyone likes to think that they’ll get to come to work in a hoodie every day and... Continue Reading →