Meet The Author: Corinne Mills
Described by BBC News as ‘the Career Guru’, Corinne Mills is the UK’s leading career coach and Managing Director of Personal Career Management where she’s helped thousands of people to be happier and more successful in their careers.
Corinne Mills is the Managing Director of Personal Career Management (www.personalcareermanagement.com), the UK’s leading career coaching and outplacement company. It has been described as the ‘best in the business’ by many of the UK’s leading recruitment players. Corinne and her team of specialist career coaches help individuals to be happy and successful in their careers. This includes helping people understand their work personality and how to create a working life that plays to their strengths and needs. They also advise on all aspects of career management including personal branding and how to land the job you want.
Corinne has worked for 30 years in the career management field, helping thousands of individuals with a wide array of career challenges. They have ranged from senior executives including FTSE 100 CEOs and entrepreneurs, aspiring leaders and experts in their field, to career changers and those at the start of their career.
Prior to working in career management, Corinne was an actress and some-time singer in a New Wave band, before changing career to work in HR where she was responsible for hiring, performance managing and occasionally firing people. She is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development with an MA in Human Resource Management.
Her first book, You’re Hired! CV: How to Write a Brilliant CV has consistently been the UK’s best-selling CV book since publication, proving highly popular with both the general public and industry experts. Corinne’s hugely successful second book Career Coach (published by Trotman) is for those who are at a career crossroads and unsure about their next career move.
Corinne, who’s been called ‘the Career Guru’ by BBC News, appears regularly in the media as an expert on career management issues, for BBC TV News, BBC Radio 4 and 5Live, Channel 4, Sky News, ITV and CNN as well as for the Guardian, Telegraph, Financial Times, lifestyle journals and recruitment websites.