While 2012 was the year that b4iapply focused on helping undergraduates improve their education and career choices, in 2013 the articles were targeted to successful managers who either want to advance their career further or consider making a change.
The response was very positive. We have long passed the 25,000 hits milestone!
In this, our final post of 2013, we’ ve gathered the most-read b4iapply of 2013.
The Top Five Articles are:
- Five Tips to Deal with Mid-Life Crisis
- When Not to Give Up
- Is It Worth Doing an MBA? Part I
- How to Spot a Bad Mentor
- How to Reinvent Yourself for a Successful Career Change
We’d also like to take the opportunity to thank all the people who were willing to be interviewed and shared with us their experiences.
The list is long:
- Sir John Whitmore – author of the best-selling book ‘Coaching for Performance’
- Sheila Curran and Suzanne Greenwald – co-authors of the ‘Smart Moves for Liberal Arts Grads’
- Dr Samantha Collins – CEO and Founder of Aspire
- David Way – Executive Director of National Apprenticeship
- Neeta Patel – CEO of the New Entrepreneurs Foundation
- Johnny Rich – Managing Director of Push
- Gary Argent – Director of Careers at City University London
- Rachel Johnson – General Manager of notgoingtouni.co.uk
- Emma Dorman – Resourcing Manager of PiR Resourcing
- Laurent Guilbaud – Managing Director of Currency Change
A big thank you to all of you. Let us know in the comments what topics you’re itching to explore in 2014. Make sure to sign up to have our articles delivered directly to your inbox. It seems that next year is going to be a great year too.
Korina Karampela is the founder of b4iapply, author, consultant and speaker. She works as an executive in the pharmaceutical industry and has an MBA from MIT Sloan. Her blog b4iapply has been recommended by The Guardian for professional development.