The Sigmoid Curve is the tool developed by Charles Handy (from Clane, studied in Trinity College Dublin*) to measure transition. The S-shaped curve lying on its side can be used to describe the rise and fall of life’s many cycles, both macro and micro. According to Handy it could be employed to chart the rise and fall of an Empire, a product, a corporation, or, a relationship between two lovers; the possibilities are endless (1995).
Frank not only transformed my CV but gave me the skills necessary to write cover letters and prepare interview questions true to both my background and my future aspirations. Frank took the time to discover who I am as an Engineer and what it is about the work and industry that excites me. He also managed to coach and prepare me in such a way that this mix of personality, skills and experience came through both on paper and in my interview with Intel Ireland where I am now delighted to be working. Maria Carley Intel Ireland
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