When does “very experienced” become “too experienced”? – By Sharon Slinger

A woman has 50 years of experience working as a professional in our industry, she’d be snapped up by companies with all that knowledge, wouldn’t she? Surely you’d want that knowledge and experience involved in your project or team? What better way to teach junior members of staff the technical and personal skills to prosper …

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Career transitions, where to next? – By Sue Willcock

So, you work hard.  You get the letters.  You’re Chartered.  You show your family the success pics.  You get a scroll you are proud of.  And have a few drinks with your work mates. Job done.   Career in the B.A.G. Well.  Maybe. Or, maybe more commonly, not. For many, the focus on getting professionally qualified …

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Who are the Surveying Sisterhood?

We’re a diverse collection of construction professionals at many stages of our career who came together when we realised that we all kept asking the same questions and seeking the answers to the same problems. We’re still looking for those elusive answers, but then, isn’t life one big learning curve anyway? We slowly came to …

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