You might be considering whether to go to University, you might be starting your first job out of University or you might
It was a normal Wednesday for me: a 6.30am start to make sure I was in a cab doing the first call of the day by 7am followed by back-to-back meetings until well into the evening. And I am by no means one of these amazingly inspirational, successful and accomplished women.
With January becoming the most popular month for people to job hunt, many employees will currently be feeling the repercussions
Imagine that all important interview; you've graduated university with a 1st, spent your summer working hard to gather the relevant experience, and you've spent hours doing your research and brushing up on the job, the company and the industry. It's September and it's game time.
The first step in improvising is to closely observe the environment and to absorb cues that help us in solving the problem. In short, 'Stop living in the future and be present in the present'. But how do we go about this?
Not everybody has to be a professionally qualified coach, but if everybody with management responsibilities at least exhibits coaching behaviours the result can be extremely powerful.
Any business worth its salt knows that its most valuable asset is its staff. Your employees are the difference between success and failure, with their skills, experience and determination levels contributing in either a positive or negative way to their teams and to the company as a whole.
Hurrah! Good news at last. A year ago everyone was worrying about the triple dip recession and whether the HR department's slash and burn policy would be heading in their direction.
Our establishment-driven society focus on certain skills and expertise; we get bench-marked against the status quo, which works well if you can embrace the challenge of being the odd one out, but not so well if your a bit more a shy and a little less confident about the value of your own gifts and talents.
Your metrics for success are unique to you. Don't be judged by someone else's idea of it. Everything you do has an unlimited metric spectrum, from just showing up or getting started, to revolutionising the way we live.