Out with the old and in with the new….
Here at VMA HQ in London, we’ve been having a bit of a facelift. Over the past six months, the carpets have come up, walls have been painted, and technology has been upgraded; after a lot of noise, disruption and dust, the finish line is in sight for our charming building to stylishly accommodate our expanding workforce. I am personally loving my new desk, although sitting next to the window could be detrimental to my productivity levels…..who knew Bedford Square had so many French Bulldog residents?!
Change is not always welcomed; it’s often fought against, can be completely arduous and time-consuming, and doesn’t always result in a favourable outcome for you or those around you. From a business perspective it can be an unpleasant necessity, or a fantastic improvement. How about personally though? It’s always worth doing a critical self-analysis ……are you happy and satisfied with where you are? Are you pushing yourself to be the best, or being given the opportunity to showcase all you can do?
No one wants to be that person on the weekend who is moaning/worrying/waxing lyrical about their awful job to everyone around them…..if things feel tired, it’s time for a change. If you are looking for a move in your comms career, or just keen to hear if the grass really is greener elsewhere, then please do get in touch with us here at VMA. We offer recruitment support from entry to executive level, and are always on hand to provide valuable feedback on CVs, interview techniques, business insight and market trends.
Be it a fresh lick of paint or a brand new role, change is good.
By VMA Group
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