Category: Career Management

Emotional Intelligence

The Magic of Emotional Intelligence: Your Key to Career Progress and Inner Calm

  15th November 2023

The Magic of Emotional Intelligence: Your Secret Ingredient for Career Growth and Inner Peace Hey there! I want to share with you something that can make such a difference to your career and personal sense of fulfilment: Emotional Intelligence (EI). You’ve likely heard about it, haven’t you? But I’m here to give you some nifty […]

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Maximising Your Time During Redundancy: Tips for Staying Productive and Focused

  7th April 2023

Redundancy, layoff, and losing your job identity, can be difficult and uncertain times, but they can also present an opportunity to reignite your career. Losing a job can be tough, particularly if you have a lot of pressing financial responsibilities but there are lots of things you can do to make the most of this […]

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Quit Quitting

Quiet Quitting

  28th September 2022

Quiet Quitting is getting a lot of press at the moment, in case you haven’t come across it yet it basically is the growing trend of people deciding that they are going to go above and beyond what they have been hired to do. No more late nights no more taking on additional work.  Clients I […]

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Stay or Go? – Career Decision-Making Tips

  5th September 2022

Your job is soul-destroying at times or maybe you dread going in on Monday morning, you definitely don’t see a future in it but you can’t see an easy way out either. You periodically jump online searching for a dream job but feel more trapped as nothing looks promising enough. Is this as good as […]

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Similarities in Picking a Holiday and a Job

  27th July 2022

Ever regretted playing it safe and going back to the same place on holiday? As we get older we can become more risk-averse, in part because we have more responsibilities, less time, and more to lose. So, we save time by not overthinking things we take fewer risks, play it safe, and pick tried and […]

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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

  27th March 2020

Job hunting or effectively managing your career can be really tough at the best of times but during a pandemic where do you start? What can you do when restrictions and the impact on industries are changing daily. The Government is offering some support but this will have varying degrees of relief depending on your […]

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Looking for a Dream Job? – Network Your Way There

  10th January 2020

How do you look for a dream job? Is your first thought to jump online to find it, only to become increasing despondent as you glaze over job ads that do not fit in with your dream? Or do you haphazardly check the organisation you would prefer to work for to see if they are hiring, […]

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Why We Fear Changing Jobs – and How To

  1st March 2018

As a Career Coach, I often work with clients who feel extremely miserable because they hate their jobs but fear changing them. When asked how long they have been feeling this way typically they reply a few years!!! The knock on impact of staying in a job we hate often has severe repercussions on our health, relationships and even changes our innate personality. So why does […]

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I love my job

Love your job?

  2nd February 2018

Many of the career coaching clients I work with feel that it’s a pipe dream to love their job. Even though they are deeply unhappy they are petrified to leave the comfort zone of their current role in case the next job is worse. Some even feel guilty for wanting a job they love because they feel they […]

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Donald Trump

Donald Trump – Perception In The Workplace 

  15th November 2016

How Donald Trump is viewed in the workplace is reflective of one’s own past experiences, values, and belief systems. Those who voted against Donald Trump used words such narcissistic, chauvinist, discriminatory bully to describe him. On the other hand, those who voted for Trump described him as a shrewd direct leader who is not afraid […]

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