Learn more about us – April 2016
Q1: Personal: What would you most regret not having done by the end of your life?
Q2: Work: What’s the most important lesson you’ve learned at work in the last year?
Lisa – Operations Manager
A1: When I was a kid I loved the film Grease so I wanted to have an amazing group of friends like that. I was also a crazy Madonna fan so I wanted to perform as a dancer/singer on stage. Now that I’m older I’d love to have my own family. Two out of three at the half way stage isn’t bad going.
A2: Patience and also the importance of having room to breathe within a job (rather than continual fire-fighting) which leads to innovation and growth.
Kashan – Internal Recruitment Manager
A1: Having not travelled Japan & New Zealand, play piano and learnt a new language.
A2: Don’t be afraid to ask questions when you don’t understand things. Also, practice makes perfect!
Kelly – Business Manager
A1: Owning a house directly on the beach in a warmer climate than the UK.
A2: I am amazing at Excel formulas.
Jason – Senior Consultant – Technology Sales Division
A1: Not seeing the 7 wonders of the world.
A2: To never give up! (Cliché)
Luke – Researcher – Technology Sales Division
A1: Having my own family.
Charlie – Senior Consultant – Technology Division
A1: Getting a motorbike license. It’s one of those things that I keep saying I’ll do but I keep putting it off!
A2: Never assume that everything will go to plan in recruitment. It rarely does!
Maddy – Senior Consultant – Technology Division
A1: Seeing the world, learning more languages, taking risks, and making a difference.
A2: Assume nothing and question everything!
Matt – Senior Consultant – Technology Division
A1: Travelled every continent
A2: How to be more versatile
Alessandro – Senior Consultant – Technology Division
A1: Not having visted the Himalayas
A2: Don’t pressure people, listen to their needs and find a solution based on that.
Andrew – Researcher – Technology Division
A1: I would regret not sky diving
A2: Confidence in approaching candidates/clients in a professional manner.
Adam – Principal Consultant – Technology Sales Division
A1: Firstly going to Tokyo, and secondly learning another language (Spanish or Mandarin).
A2: Nothing is set in stone. You have to be adaptable and always expect the unexpected.
Ross – Head Of Technology Sales
A1: Retiring WELL before the state pension age (which will probably be 100 by then!!)
A2: “if you build it, they will come”