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What almost getting fired teaches you

Posted by on Aug 15, 2018 in Features, Uncategorized | Comments Off on What almost getting fired teaches you

Getting to grips with your self-talk can be the difference betweeen getting fired and promotion…The turning point for James was when he took command of his self-talk, mental filters, irrational thoughts and negative behaviours. He was able to restructure those thoughts and redirect himself accordingly. In other words, he learned the art of introspection and the willingness to learn more about his fundamental nature, purpose and essence – and to build on that self awareness. % % Once you feel the benefits, you may never stop!

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Changing the way you think to produce results

Posted by on Jul 6, 2018 in Features | Comments Off on Changing the way you think to produce results

How would you cope if your personal mobile was confiscated during work hours, as is being proposed for schoolchildren? I think you’d be happier, understand more, and experience faster growth. Why? The mobile phone eats into our self reflection time. And the less we self reflect, understand, learn and improve, the less we will change. Reflection can happen almost anywhere, but too often our mobiles mop up those minutes. Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is used most commonly to resolve anxiety, depression and assertiveness. However, its real value lies in self exploration and understanding...

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Success without stress – how to make more time available – In Changing Careers magazine

Posted by on Jan 9, 2017 in Features | Comments Off on Success without stress – how to make more time available – In Changing Careers magazine

Who wouldn’t welcome more hours in their week to finish their priorities, and have more non work time –not to mention to speed up progress on a new career move? I coach time management 60% of my time – and the rest I concentrate on barriers and opportunities for individuals’ and companies’ growth. If you feel the pain – and lack of motivation that ensues – of being time poor, read on to see the techniques my clients have found most useful, some of which have never graced a text book!

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How Charlie Sheen can us teach to harness maverick staff – In Youtalkmarketing.com

Posted by on Jan 9, 2017 in Features | Comments Off on How Charlie Sheen can us teach to harness maverick staff – In Youtalkmarketing.com

Hot-wired mavericks like Charlie Sheen are not uncommon in the marketing and creative world.  The quandary is how can you possibly convert that wild talent into well-directed energy, sustained effort and some kind of loyalty, rather than an irretrievable meltdown that in Sheen’s case has cost him everything, and others tens of millions?
Here’s what a few executive coaching sessions could do to bring demotivated and self-destructive individuals back into the fold – a much more cost effective solution in a recession than replacing them.

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How to guarantee time management improvement with the aid of psychometric profiling – In PersonnelZone.com

Posted by on Jan 9, 2017 in Features | Comments Off on How to guarantee time management improvement with the aid of psychometric profiling – In PersonnelZone.com

There are very few employees who wouldn’t welcome more hours in their day – not just to be more motivated, in control and profitable, and less stressed – but also to spend more quality time outside the workplace.

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Lessons from Steve Radcliffe’s ‘Leadership Plain and Simple’

Posted by on Jan 9, 2017 in Features | Comments Off on Lessons from Steve Radcliffe’s ‘Leadership Plain and Simple’

In his inspiring book, Steve Radcliffe simplifies the principles of leadership into three simple concepts: Future, Engage and Deliver. Here are my top learnings from the best book I have read on the subject.

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