Tag Archives: career advice

How important is career goal setting?

Career goal setting should always be a personal choice rather than a universal norm. How helpful career goal setting is will depend on your personality type? The Analyst and the Creative will enjoy goal setting as structured planning is ‘in … Continue reading

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Angry @ Work

Candidates tell me that the older they get, the more intolerant they become and don’t like themselves for it. Here I try to capture the contradictions and conundrums. Many people I talk to at work are angry with themselves; annoyed … Continue reading

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Listening skills @ work

“That’s interesting and why ….? ”        “I disagree because ….”. Listening can be more a personality disposition. Find out why. Listening skills are difficult to write about and coaching on this topic can only really be conducted … Continue reading

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Is the main focus of employers the academics or my attitude

This is a fascinating topic. It is asking the question: if I am a student looking for a job, what are the most important factors that will determine my success at work? Is it my personal attributes, or is it … Continue reading

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How to manage stress at my work

When I am coaching candidates on stress management, firstly I identify their personality working type and use this vital information to alleviate their vulnerability. Most of us experience an element of stress in our working lives. Its intensity will vary … Continue reading

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Which is your world?

Are you an optimist, pessimist, realist or a bit of all three? The world today…. ….is an exciting place.  Globalisation has crashed onto the world stage, breaking down trade barriers and leaving behind many ponderous, bureaucratic, pontifical institutions like the … Continue reading

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