Personal development

The power of discomfort – managing your emotions well

During the course of each day, you’re likely to experience some emotions that are uncomfortable, difficult, distracting or we might even label them as negative or unwanted. These emotions can be brought on by a whole range of triggers – work, relationships, memories, pressure, stress, the weather, our general mindset …

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Personal development

Why you should be directing your learning towards your strengths

Simply put, people who use their strengths experience better outcomes than those who don’t. What exactly do I mean by that though? Well, daily strength users enjoy higher levels of well-being, lower stress levels, higher levels of motivation, are more effective at problem-solving, have improved relationships at work, higher self-confidence, …

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Career development

Making homeworking work for you

Homeworking, working from home, teleworking (does anyone say that now? No), WFH…whatever you call it, it’s on the increase thanks mainly to improvements in communication …

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Leadership development

How to set expectations at work (and everywhere)

When expectations are not made clear for employees – in their individual roles, in terms of team working and across an organisation as regards expectations …

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Leadership development

Upgrade your performance management process: setting expectations the strengths way

Performance management processes – you know, what many people still call appraisals – are having a bit of facelift, an overhaul, a loving boot in …

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Podcasts

Womankind podversation with Alicia Luther-Jones

Today we have an exciting podversation with Alicia Luther-Jones, Philanthropy Manager at Womankind, one of Strengthscope’s charity partners. We talk about Womankind’s vision and purpose, …

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Career development

The energy lifeline – plotting your year ahead

As we come to financial year end for many organisations, it may well be worth taking a moment to stop and reflect on how the …

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Leadership development

The greatest leadership risk of all

So what is the greatest leadership risk of all? It’s not the stuff that leaders do badly or don’t do at all, despite what you …

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Leadership development

Energise your employee experience or die

Heard of the employee experience? Used to be called the talent lifecycle probably, I don’t think it’s actually a different thing, but I like the …

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Personal development

How to change the habits of a lifetime

Changing habits comes up a lot on people’s to do lists – when we want to keep our NY resolutions, lose weight, get fit, stop …

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