Whether you're looking to get ahead early in your career, gain extra confidence in everyday work situations, or just get to grips with your payslip – we've teamed up with LifeSkills created with Barclays to equip you with all the skills and knowledge you need to help you go forward in today's rapidly changing workplace.
To get started on improving your future, click here.
We've got together with Barclays LifeSkills to give you the chance to win your own private session with a business stylist who will give you all the tips on how to dress to impress.
What's more, we'll also throw in a massive £1000 gift card to splash out on a brand new work wardrobe! So to bag the cash AND get a workwear makeover, just answer the question below to be entered into our competition.
If you're a teacher and want to help your students get the skills they need for the world of work then check out Barclays LifeSkills here.
Make a difference in your career by taking the initiative and looking for things you could improve at work, and be enthusiastic!
Who are you talking to and how are you talking to them? Better communication skills will result in stronger working relationships.
Look at your problems as opportunities and tackle them bit by bit – it's easier that way.
Be inventive when bringing your ideas to life and don't be scared to think outside the box!
Leadership means being confident, thinking like a winner and leading from the front, it will get you noticed!.
We all know that things can get tough in the workplace sometimes, but stay positive, keep a smile on your face and overcome those hurdles.
Find someone you can trust and who can help guide you on your career path. Then make the effort to meet them on a regular basis.
Every company has its own culture, and you can respect that culture by dressing accordingly. Feeling unsure? Have a look at others around you!
Make sure you understand your payslip. Get familiar with gross pay, net pay and your tax code to make sure you're getting paid right.
Set a goal for how much you want to save and think of ways to cut your current expenses. Making homemade lunches, walking to work, and checking your bank balance more regularly can all help to keep you on track!
Learn skills to help you in your future career with Barclays LifeSkills.
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