What do People really think of You? Sometimes how we view ourselves is not how others view us. If we see ourselves as ambitious and confident, others may perceive us to be ruthless and arrogant. In particular, assertive women are often described as being aggressive. If we think we’re extroverted and fun, someone who is […]
Archive | May, 2017
What is the Cost of your Organizational Change? Despite the UK employment level being at its highest since 1975, companies are still restructuring and making staff redundant, so demand for Career and Outplacement Coaching remains high. Change is constant in any organization, but unfortunately many employees feel undervalued and become cynical when another transformation is […]
View of the Strand from the Liontrust Boardroom whilst delivering a Management Development module yesterday.
How to get over ‘Imposter Syndrome’ Research shows that Imposter Syndrome affects half of high achievers, with a gender split of 51% of women and 49% of men. The phrase refers to the fear of being ‘found out’ for not really knowing what they are doing, despite displaying confidence in their role. If you […]
10 Reasons Why I Love My Job Recently I caught up with a previous Coaching client and he asked me how I am still always so positive, optimistic and intent on helping people; I replied that I love what I do. Although not everyone has the opportunity or desire to work for themselves and do […]
The Importance of Executive Coaching and Mentoring in a VUCA World Change is now the only constant in the current workplace and VUCA world. With the fast-paced progress of AI and the digital age, added to the ambiguity and complexity of the global political and economic environment, leaders and managers are increasingly trying to juggle […]