Are We Nearly There Yet?
Inspiring career journeys by sharing stories from those a few steps ahead of you.
What advice would you give your younger self? Episode three
What advice would you give your younger self? Episode two
What advice would you give your younger self? Episode one
You need to savour and appreciate the journey that you go on! Tom Scott, Professor of Materials, Bristol University
You have to have the confidence to try things out. Sarah Beacock, CEO, Nuclear Institute.
Lead by example and be prepared to do anything that you expect your team to do! Jean Llewellyn, Non-executive Director, ONR and the World Institute for Nuclear Security
We all have our own struggles, weaknesses and doubts. Stacy Snook, Insider Threat Mitigation, Sellafield Ltd
Grasp every opportunity that comes along with both hands, give it 100% and be wholehearted. Claire Flint, Senior Independent Director
Try to find that correlation in everything you do. Jon Salthouse, Content Director, Owl Live
Innovation is all about trying something new that creates value, it doesn‘t need to be new to the world, it just has to be new to you. Sara Huntingdon, Head of Innovation, NDA
It‘s okay not to have a plan, just going with the flow is alright! Being adaptable and applying your skills to different environments is key. Beccy Pleasant, Head of Nuclear Skills, NSSG
Be the best you can be, and give people the realisation that there are opportunities out there for them. Rebecca Weston, COO, Sellafield Ltd
If you want to get something in life, then you‘ve got to set your mind to achieving it. Tom Samson, CEO, Rolls-Royce SMR Consortium
Life can only be understood backwards but must be lived forwards. Melanie Brownridge, Technology and Innovation Director, NDA
Always pursue things you are interested in, because if you're not interested, you'll not do very well. Dr Tim Stone CBE, Chairman, Nuclear Industry Association and Nuclear Risk Insurers
The best advice I would give someone is to seek guidance and counsel. Georgina Hines, Policy Analyst, Nuclear Industry Association
Follow your heart, take courage, do the things that you really want to do. Miranda Kirschel, Commercial Director, Circular1Health
"Keep your head. Use your strength to keep moving forward." Hannah Paterson, Technical Manager for the Spent Fuel Consolidation Programme at Sellafield Ltd.
"Have a bit more fun" says Saralyn Thomas, Senior Consultant, Abbott Risk Consulting
When you have options, be true to your values. Andy Worrall, Integrated Fuel Cycle Section Head, ORNL