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 and work technology, and for some people it’s more of a necessity because of their location or home circumstances. Personally,
Category: Career development
Coaching is everywhere, right? At work, you hear about performance coaching, coaching cultures, coaching conversations, executive coaching and so on and so on. Of course, coaching is also integral in sport and in other professions where performance is key. Generally, coaching should be a beneficial
In our work with students, graduates and apprentices, we have seen the central role the strengths approach can take in accelerating people’s early careers by building confidence, certainty in career direction and flexibility in managing careers. I’d like to give you a bit more on
Strengths fear affects all of us At Strengthscope we come across this all the time, but it’s not talked about all that much in the wider world even though it has big implications for people being more authentic, more fulfilled, happier and more energised at
We are surrounded by social threats – people giving us negative feedback at work…the new scariest phrase at work I think is ‘can I give you some feedback?’, or people getting over-emotional and potentially a bit aggressive when they’re under pressure, or even just you
Being your authentic self at work decreases job anxiety, improves job satisfaction and engagement in the workplace. How to be your authentic self.
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