29 episodes

There is no longer anything like "employed for life" and, whether by design or default, careers don't often follow a straight line. Our environment is constantly changing, so how do we ensure that we have the necessary skills to deal with this constant change? The Agile Career podcast where we will take you on the journey from “employed for life” to “employable for life”. We’ll give you the tips, insights, and strategies to help you build the transferable skills that you’ll need.

The Agile Career Podcas‪t‬ Günter Richter

    • Careers

There is no longer anything like "employed for life" and, whether by design or default, careers don't often follow a straight line. Our environment is constantly changing, so how do we ensure that we have the necessary skills to deal with this constant change? The Agile Career podcast where we will take you on the journey from “employed for life” to “employable for life”. We’ll give you the tips, insights, and strategies to help you build the transferable skills that you’ll need.

    Life Changing Events

    Life Changing Events

    In this episode, François de Neuville joins me; we talk about significant events that can change both your career and life. François is a high-performance coach but started his career in the military. In the podcast, he talks about how much he loved his time in the military but ultimately, why he chose to leave it. François shares how, in 2018, a tragic and traumatic event changed his life forever, and set him on the path to becoming a coach.

    • 51 min
    Professional Rugby Player to Medical Doctor

    Professional Rugby Player to Medical Doctor

    In this episode, Tom Rees joins me, and we talk about significant career shifts. Tom is a medical doctor with the NHS and before that was a professional rugby player, playing for both London Wasps and England. Tom shares how he got started with the sport and ended up as a professional rugby player and goes on to talk about how an injury ended his sports career, how he dealt with it, and how he moved on to a new career.

    • 1 hr 12 min
    Recruitment

    Recruitment

    In this episode, Eldon Davis joins me where we talk about recruitment and job seeking. Rather than approaching this from a job seekers perspective, we switch contexts and talk about this from a recruiters perspective. Eldon spent 18 years in talent acquisition roles. He talks about how he brought together several interests to shape his career. Eldon also shares some tips for job seekers and career changers and talks about how he is now in a career transition, mentoring and coaching others.

    • 51 min
    Building Communities

    Building Communities

    In this episode, Felix Wong joins me, and we talk about education, building communities, and passion projects. Felix is APAC Head of Growth at AngelHub, bringing investors and entrepreneurs together. He has an entrepreneurial background which is well suited for his role as well as several side-hustles or passion projects that he is working on. He is very active in the No Code community and sees these tools and platforms as excellent resources to help entrepreneurs realise their goals. In the show, Felix shares how he builds skills, both for himself and others. He also talks about how important it has been for him to allow more people to experience entrepreneurship.

    • 58 min
    World Mental Health Day

    World Mental Health Day

    Today is World Mental Health Day, and in this episode, I focus on mental health and wellbeing. The world is going through an extremely turbulent time and it is taking its toll on people lives, relationships, and careers. In the episode, I reflect on Episode 3 and the insight that David Beeney shared. In summary, be kinder to others and to yourself. I also share some tips and thoughts to help in these times.

    • 18 min
    How to Get Promoted

    How to Get Promoted

    In this episode, I talk about the three things that you can do to get promoted or to progress in your career. Obviously, there are many things that you can do, and I have taken my experience and the experiences of many others and distilled these down to three key themes. What are they? Let's take a look. Solution Orientation Responsibility Putting your hand up Easy, right? Take a listen to the episode and hear more!

    • 7 min

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