The Apprentice – Corinne’s Take!

The Apprentice Reviewed by a Career Coach

Incessant squabbling. Emotional intelligence and teamwork gone AWOL. Oh yes! The Apprentice is back, but at what cost to the candidates’ future career, asks Personal Career Management, Managing Director, Corinne Mills.

Corinne is here each week to share with us her take on the weekly shenanigans. Join us after each episode for ‘The Apprentice through the eyes of a career coach’.

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All Corinne’s articles for The National World are featured below:

The Final! Week 12 Review

Harpreet and her cake empire had substance and the icing on top

 

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Week 11 Review

Lord Sugar’s interviewers rip apart some truly awful business plans

 

Photo: BBC

 


Week 10 Review

First Time F*** Dies’ is the baby food brand no-one wanted

 

Photo: BBC

 


Week 9 review

TV shopping seemed to morph into adult viewing

 

Photo: BBC

 


Week 8 Review

Chuckle Brothers meets Kitchen Nightmares

 

Photo: BBC

 


Week 7 Review

Sophie’s ‘pimpmobile’ left everyone confused

 

Photo: BBC

 

 


Week 6 Review

Nick channels Alan Partridge on a Welsh break

 

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Week 5 Review

Why Lord Sugar’s verdict on Francesca’s ‘Artic’ gaffe was harsh

 

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Week 4 Review

Lord Sugar’s trawl for rotten fish puns

 

Photo: BBC

 


Week 3 Review

Navid teams’ non-alcoholic creations lack fizz

 

Photo: BBC

 


 

Week 2 Review

The boys end up in the toilet with their brown ‘wand’

 

Photo: BBC

 


Week 1 Review

It says a lot that the logo creator wasn’t fired!

 

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Don’t get fired, “Get hired!”

Corinne Mills is the author of the bestselling book ‘You’re Hired’ – How to Write a Brilliant CV. You can grab your copy here.

 


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