If you asked your ten-year-old self what your job would be in 2020, you may have said something COMPLETELY different to what it actually is now! This isn’t uncommon. Did you know that most graduates today will retire with a job that doesn’t exist yet?Continue reading →
Career tips for professional working women on Leadership, Business Relationships, Communication, Public speaking , Self-Development, Changing Job, Work Etiquette and Gender Equality.
Leadership presence is a quality that takes time and energy to build up. When it’s done correctly, it can propel you into positions you’ve been dreaming of for years. However, when it’s done incorrectly, or if it’s not managed well, it can keep you stuck in unrewarding roles. Here are five ways you can start to strengthen your leadership presence in 2020.Continue reading →
A 1960’s female neuroscientist first discovered the connection between happiness and a magical quality of our brain health. Today, instead of talk therapy and drug therapy, we use those principles to help recovery clients who have lost all hope achieve a life they’re proud of.Continue reading →
Social Media is changing how we communicate with others. The anonymity it offers has people choosing to say things they might not say when face to face with a person. We all can be a target, both personally, as a member or owner of an online community, or on our business pages. So, how do we deal with online trolling?Continue reading →
For many, attending a job interview can be a highly pressurised and nerve-racking situation. If you were to Google search for job interview strategies, you will generally find a whole lot of advice. Advice including how to dress appropriately, researching the company you are being interviewed by, and anticipating interview questions. Whilst these strategies will help you to be well prepared for the interview they might not help you stand out from other interviewees.Continue reading →
Have you ever looked back and wished you’d been braver? I certainly have. What we often don’t realise is the profound toll that fear can take when we let it call the shots. In fact, research shows that the number one regret of the dying is that they lived too safe and risked too little, living the life others wanted them to live but not the one they wanted for themselves. Overcoming our innate fear requires us to build courage. But not one big bold act of courage, lots of smaller ones, every day.Continue reading →