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Safeera Sarjoo

A Journalism graduate from Kingston University, Safeera has worked in both print and online media. When she isn't writing, you can find her working through her never ending bucket list or glued to the Formula 1.

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What leadership skills are important?

By Safeera Sarjoo 22nd June 2017

According to a 2014 Global Human Capital Trends survey carried out by Deloitte, the need for leadership at all levels was one of 12 critical issues identified in their findings.  Employees who work in various locations for Deloitte explained that leadership remains...

Where will information technology be in five years?

By Safeera Sarjoo 21st June 2017

We live in a world where information technology powers almost everything we do. Our lives are practically dictated by our smartphones, and thanks to these devices, ‘iphonography’ is now a thing and we can even keep track of our health using apps and wearable technology like...

How to make the most of an in-class course

By Safeera Sarjoo 21st June 2017

The thought of making the most out of an experience or a course can dawn on us after the actual event. It's only then we realise the missed opportunities we could have taken. Giving your nerves the space to grow can mean you don’t fully appreciate the class or course...

Lifelong learning necessary for where technology is taking us

By Safeera Sarjoo 16th June 2017

There's no secret that we rely on a significant number of migrant workers in very important areas. The NHS, construction and technology in particular. In fact, the government is said to be granting more visas to technology workers in the hope that they will be able to...

Why gardening is good for the soul

By Safeera Sarjoo 16th June 2017

As the weather warms up, we’ll find ourselves spending more and more time outside, either in parks or in our own back gardens, basking in the sun. The brighter weather will also bring avid gardeners out armed with spades and an assortment of plants they’re keen to adorn their...

Are drawing classes worth it?

By Safeera Sarjoo 16th June 2017

When you think about drawing classes, there are many that come to mind. Life drawing, freehand and illustration are just a selection. In the wider world, there are some careers that rely on an artistic eye, however these aren’t always in high demand. So, is it worth taking a...

Why you should consider a career change

By Safeera Sarjoo 16th June 2017

New research by Oxford Open Learning Trust recently revealed that nearly a fifth of women aged 18-24 years old felt that they had chosen their career path too young. They cited the education and training they received had not prepared them for their current career with...

Why beauty therapy is a good career in an ever-changing industry

By Safeera Sarjoo 16th June 2017

For many females, beauty is something that enters their lives at a relatively young age and stays with them throughout their lifetime. Such is the effect of the industry that it’s estimated that women spend roughly $15,000 throughout their lives on make-up. As trends and...

Why ESOL is important given how English is changing

By Safeera Sarjoo 16th June 2017

English is such a widespread language that native speakers almost expect everyone they come in contact with to have a working knowledge of the language. Yes, it’s a bit presumptuous, however when there’s an estimated 1.8bn people around the world that speak or have a working...

Why pottery is therapeutic

By Safeera Sarjoo 14th June 2017

Pottery has experienced a surge of popularity of late. Not only has the recent series of The Great Pottery Throw Down urged people to snap up courses in this hands-on pastime, talk about its health benefits has helped bring a sense of calm to people suffering from traumatic...

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