Navigating The Exit: when it’s your time to leave.

By On May 2, 2018
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HAVE YOU BEEN SACKED, let go, made redundant, or recently signed a settlement agreement with your employer? Perhaps walking away from your role, your boss or the company you work for is something you have been thinking about for a while. If this issue impacts you personally, or you are simply interested in how to…. [Read More]

Feeling anxious? Here’s a six point process to help you move forward…

By On May 24, 2017
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In brief – Anxiety is a way of knowing it is time to change something: to move; to breathe out. It is a signal that you need to change the way you think about, feel or otherwise experience a situation. The anxiety might stem from your past or be a response to a current situation. It might even be…. [Read More]

Your strengths: vital when life is tough

By On July 25, 2016
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In brief – People spend hours reflecting on their weaknesses. Gaps in knowledge, expertise and life experience can be important. However, when you are stuck, your strengths can provide enormous energy. They can help you move forward. The challenge is to understand your strengths to a level where they are readily available in your moment…. [Read More]

Coaching and Mentoring for Senior Executives: Is it worth the trouble?

By On June 28, 2016
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In brief – Coaching is essentially about you – your work and your life. The aim is to offer you time to reflect in an environment where you can consider what you bring to the world, what you want from the world, your choices and how you can sustain momentum when things get tough. Coaching…. [Read More]

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