Mark Woffenden

About Mark Woffenden

Mark Woffenden is a Director at Lucy Walker Recruitment and has an extensive knowledge of the issues and workings of the West Yorkshire and Greater Manchester Commercial markets developed over the last 20 years in the Industry

The 3 Most Crucial Skills to Teach Your New Hires

Taking the right approach to training your hires is one of the most important things any employer can do. The right education and guidance set your employees up for success in any role and ensure they can thrive in your industry.

Defining Your Generation Z workforce

The workplace is undergoing a massive transformation on several fronts. ust as the arrival of the millennial worker prompted significant changes in the management of teams and employees, the introduction of Generation Z again alters the way we think[...]

How to Motivate and Retain your Gen Z Employees

One of the more positive characteristics of Gen Z employees is they're already highly self-motivated. After watching their parents struggle through recessions, this group is driven to establish themselves in a business and achieve financial[...]

5 Key Ways to Manage Generation Z in the Workplace

Managing a Gen Z workforce means committing to a new leadership style.

Creating Your Career Development Plan

Now that you have a good idea of where you stand and where you want to end up with your career, you can create a general career map. This document can stay with you for many years, adapting and evolving as you learn more about yourself and your[...]

Exploring Your Career Options

Once you have a better idea of who you are, you can look for job opportunities that match your strengths, development areas, values, and ambitions.

Are you Struggling with Post-Holiday Blues?

The Christmas break may finally be over for us all and now the real question is, how do you tell the difference between a standard case of post-holiday blues and a real need to consider the next stage of your career?

How to Move into Your First Manager Role

All great careers need to start somewhere. For most employees, the path to progression begins with an entry-level position. Over time, as you develop your skills and knowledge, you can apply for promotions and higher-paid roles.