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WFH (Working From Home): How to build a career you love when you're not in the office

Harriet Minter

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Advice on careers & achieving success

'Harriet Minter offers a one-stop resource for those working from home or those who want to work from home but are still sceptical.' - The Financial Times

' . . . a must-read for post-Covid times.' - People Management Magazine

The no bullsh*t guide to getting your work and life on track in the new flexible workplace.

Virtually every industry is making lasting changes that will open doors to a more flexible working week. So how do we adjust, thrive and excel in an environment where glitchy daily video conferences are the norm?

By turns fierce, funny and highly practical, Harriet Minter will show you the skills to be effective and creative during the day-to-day. Harriet breaks down how to be an inspiring and energising manager (either remotely or to a flexibly working team), how to create and thrive in a high-trust culture (on a small and large scale) and most importantly how to achieve your ambition and propel your career forwards.

Packed full of hard-won tricks, tips and tools, Harriet Minter draws on her own experience as a careers coach and adviser to companies on their flexible working culture to help you bring your best self to work - from your living room.

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Praise for WFH (Working From Home): How to build a career you love when you're not in the office

  • Harriet Minter offers a one-stop resource for those working from home or those who want to work from home but are still sceptical. - The Financial Times

  • A must-read for post-Covid times. - People Management Magazine

  • We're totally loving Harriet Minter's new book. - Fabulous Magazine (The Sun on Sunday)

  • Essential reading for anyone who is WFH! Harriet is wise and funny and brilliant! - Kate Leaver, author of The Friendship and Good Dog.

  • [Harriet] has an uncanny knack for tapping in to exactly what needs unpicking in our working lives. She's brilliant! Her brain is remarkable. - Laura Jane Williams, author of Our Stop.

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