While audits might not inspire you with a feeling of excitement, they are often necessary to help you take stock, assess your situation, and figure out how to progress from your current situation. Have you ever sat down and carried out this process for your life or career? If not, I would encourage you to do so.
Most of us spend at least a third of the day at work. That’s a big chunk of time, so if something at work is making us unhappy, it has a huge impact on our lives. What are the main issues that make people unhappy at work? Let’s look at some of these issues and what we can do to make them better.
In this video I will be covering how to balance your work life and personal happiness. Happiness needs to start from within and when you are able to accept what is going on around you, it is easier to feel that sense of fulfilment and life becomes both easier and enjoyable.
In this video I will be discussing the way in which we can respond to people who are looking for a negative reaction from you. This can be often classed as conflict in the workplace and unfortunately in business many people have big opinions on things. I will be giving you some techniques on how to overcome this and become a better version of yourself.
Teamwork makes the dream work – so it isn’t often that we hear about the dysfunctions of a team. Without identifying them, it can be difficult and frustrating to pinpoint exactly where and why teamwork can go wrong.
This video will be detailing what you enjoy and what you don’t enjoy whilst at work. At time it is easy to put off the things we don’t enjoy and as a result can de-motivate us.
In this short video I will be discussing how to be an authentic leader. There are many factors into becoming an authentic leader and anyone with the right coaching and training can become one.
In this video I will be discussing conflict and how it can affect us all at the workplace. I will be looking at how you can approach such situations and how best to resolve them in the calmest way which benefits both parties.
I’ve worked with companies to develop their leaders as coaches. It’s great to see how organisations are understanding that taking a coaching approach can lead to self-awareness and development within teams and plenty of ‘aha’ moments.
Middle management can sometimes be a funny place to be. Very often you are senior enough to make big decisions, lead teams, and have a great deal of responsibility but maybe do not have a lot of power to make organisational changes.