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Philosopher-in-residence – an opportunity in business?

There’s a great article in the Guardian this week about the positive role philosophy graduates can plays in business – I work, therefore I am; why businesses are hiring philosophy graduates. Your skills in questioning and truth-seeking are seen as … Continue reading

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Translate your philosophy skills into the workplace….

Ever wondered how you were going to ‘sell’ your philosophy skills to employers, or just how your skills play out in the workplace? Use the handy guide below to give you ideas on how to talk about your skills in … Continue reading

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Applying philosophy skills to career decisions – post 3 of 3

In the final blog in his mini-series on the value of Philosophy in Business, Volunteering and Career, Lee reflects on how he has applied his philosophy skills to his own career decisions   Big Career Decisions Finally, a quick word … Continue reading

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