Henrietta Nagy, Author at Oxford Open Learning

Articles by Henrietta Nagy

Henrietta Nagy is a seasoned portfolio worker with over 10 years’ experience in the UK education sector. Henrietta writes educational content, designs academic courses, delivers university lecturers, mentors entrepreneurs, and provides career development coaching. With 9 years of higher education studies internationally (including an MBA), she has worked with CEOs, academics, scholars, managers, women entrepreneurs, academic administrators, and other consultants.

How to Create Revision time

3 Ways to Create More Time

Peter Drucker, a well-known business writer, shared the following insight over 50 years ago: “There is surely nothing quite so useless as doing with great efficiency what should not be done at all” (Managing for Business Effectiveness, 1963). Many of us tend to cram in more and more tasks into our diary, rarely thinking about […]


Bouncing Back from Disappointment and Criticism

When faced with disappointment or criticism, how do you cope?

Perfectionism is not always a good thing.

Letting go of Perfectionism

Do a small number of major things well and stop worrying about the small, unimportant things.


The Secret of Time Management

Research shows that people commit things to memory and digest information more effectively when using the traditional pen-and-paper approach.

The University of Oxford

A Little Bit About The University of Oxford

The university has provided education to close to thirty prime ministers.


How to Find your Calling in Work

More choice also means that we spend more time analysing our work options and many of us end up in a state of ‘analysis paralysis’ (overthinking and overanalysing).

Summer Holidays

Summer Holidays and Personal Development

Summer holidays are the perfect time to experiment with new personal development paths.


How to Accomplish More in Less Time

We desperately try to cram in even more to our already overflowing schedule. Yet, despite our efforts, we often end up accomplishing less in more time.


Reasons to do Business Studies at University

If you have no clue as to what specific career direction to take, business studies can give you a helping hand.


Reflection for Better Learning

Reflection is not a negative, it is is not another task on your to-do list. It is a practice which leads to longer lasting and richer learning experiences.

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