A fear of Public Speaking… – By Joanna Farnsworth

Never have I been prouder to be a Surveyor than in the last few weeks; I have had amazing opportunities to attend awards, represent the RICS and the most incredible opportunity of Chairing the recent CPD conference in Cambridge. In the last few weeks Her Majesty the Queen has visited the RICS, meeting many Surveyors …

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Believe, Envisage, Experience who you want to be – By Joyce Stockley

I believe that self-confidence affects how you feel and motivate yourself. Throughout my career working as a Chartered Quantity Surveyor, having the confidence to make a useful contribution has played a key role in dealing with the varied challenges I have faced. I gained my Quantity Surveying Honours degree at The University of Reading in …

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Being homeless – By Kate Robertson

On Tuesday 9th October, I joined a group of students and a lecturer for a sleep out to raise awareness of the issue of youth homelessness and to raise money for LandAid and RICS’ 150 pledge, which is trying to raise £2.25 million pounds to help tackle the problem. Most of the time when people …

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Why You Don’t Need to Worry About World Mental Health Day – By Kirsty Harvey

Unless you’ve been hiding in a nuclear bunker for the last few years, no doubt you will have seen the proliferation of information and stories about people and their mental health. A huge number of special days have cropped up around this to raise awareness, of which World Mental Health Day is one. Held on …

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