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This week I want to talk about why empathy is the key to great relationship management. Companies who are preparing for the future of work know that the right thing to do today is to invest in helping their people at all ages and stages become more adaptable, exercise better judgement, understand opposing behaviour preferences […]

In the last blog we looked at why it’s so important to be clear on our identity and purpose. This week, as part of my Future You at Work model, we’ll focus on the precursors to developing great social and emotional intelligence for dealing with others: self-awareness and self-management. In many of my previous blogs we’ve […]

Can you believe we’ve already gone through more than half of December!? Whether you’re still wrapping up work with three days to go, or already well on the way to holiday family time, how equipped are you to survive any festive flare-ups? You know, those moments where: You can see (you almost know the script […]

Are you determined to tackle a project or task or lifestyle change, but can’t quite talk your brain into it? It’s all about distractions, and not allowing them in! Many of you will be familiar with the famous ‘Stanford Marshmallow Experiment’ but if not, it was an experiment to study willpower and delayed gratification in […]

Ever thought that people have either got it or they haven’t? That without a major talent or something really different to say, there’s little point in trying to pursue a creative or academic goal? I hear this all of the time from my clients – ‘But I’m just not naturally talented in X’. Believe me […]

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