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Is your work compromising your health?

Are you a ‘Yes’ person? Do you have the responsibility or achiever strengths? Many clients who come to me are fed up at work and wondering what to do next. They often have the achiever or responsibility strength, say ‘yes’ too often and have been over-working for a long time. And this usually involves a…

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Even successful people can feel unemployable

There are people who doubt their ability / employability at every career level. This can especially be the case when trying to find a new role or moving to a new city / country. The worst case I’ve seen was a client who came to having submitted 150 job applications over 6 months and only…

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Whose definition of success is driving your career choices?

When I was at uni I was always surprised when I came across people who were studying degrees that offered rewarding, well paid careers (e.g. law, medicine, etc.), but who were deeply unhappy. How could they be unhappy with such a great future? But it usually turned out that those individuals were doing that study…

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Great skills and experience, but no confidence about career change?

“I’ve got great skills and experience, but no confidence about career change.” Is this you? If it is, you’re in great company. Clients come to me with anything from 3 years in their industry, to having climbed the ladder to CEO level. Here are the most common stories (I hear these daily) that they tell…

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It’s OK to want more from your work life

One of the best things about living in this era is that we can realistically want more from our work; and we can make it a reality. And, we don’t need to feel guilty about it. Being fulfilled has a significant ripple effect. We are likely to: be more energised, calmer and show up in…

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Is your work meaningful?

Why is it important for your work to be meaningful? Because most people spend a third of their lives, or more, at work. So why not be fulfilled, and have a positive impact? I help clients to work out whether they can boost the meaning in their current role. Then we assess how sustainable that…

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Redundancy can be an emotional rollercoaster

Being made redundant can bring on a rollercoaster of emotions. But, you will get through it. I have helped many people through their redundancy journey.   If you’ve been made redundant there are 3 things I want you to know: We all want to leave roles on our own terms so being made redundant doesn’t…

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Change your mindset @ what’s possible for you

Last year was long & strange, and if you were already struggling in your role, the overlay of the pandemic would have amplified this. If you’re feeling drained, you’re in very good company. So here are a few tips to help you get energised and change your mindset around what’s possible for you.   Tip…

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January job seeking success

If you’re waiting for February to find your dream role, you’re missing opportunities. This week alone: 1 x client got her dream role as a GM for a law firm 1 x client went for an interview for her dream teaching role on Tuesday. She prepared using my 5 step interview formula and rocked it…

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