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CoachingEmotional Intelligence

The Benefits of Recovery Time

How are you perceived by your staff? Do you recognise your own emotions and manage them when necessary? It’s a lot easier said than done in the heat of the moment. So how do you reduce the heat in the first place!?

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CoachingLeadership

Leaders: Do you make or break your people?

Think about the leaders you have worked for during your career… The ones who had your back, who believed in you, trusted you, empowered you and made you feel valued. What about the ones who only cared about themselves or their own glory? Do our leaders literally make or break us?

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Coaching

Top 3 Benefits of Executive Coaching

There are lots of articles written about the benefits of Executive Coaching and I have shared a few with you recently. So I thought it was about time I shared my views on this too. To that end, here are my top 3 benefits of Executive Coaching:

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CoachingLeadershipStress

3 Key Reasons Wellbeing At Work Is Lacking & What To Do About Them

Mental and emotional wellbeing at work have risen up the agenda in a big way in recent years which is excellent. However, many companies are still only ticking the required boxes and playing the corporate game when it comes to wellbeing. More importantly, they are often only dealing with the symptoms and not the root causes.

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Cameron-Norrie
Coaching

Do Your People Know You’ve Got Their Back?

Yesterday I was lucky enough to be invited to Queens as a VIP guest. Front row seats no less. As an avid tennis fan, I was delighted.
One of the many reasons I love tennis is the psychology of it -It’s the ultimate mind game.

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Shared-Values-SM
Leadership

Do You Know Why Your Business Matters?

Last week I attended the World Business Forum at London’s Excel centre. One of the sessions that resonated with me most was Michael Porter’s on Strategy – a topic I have always found fascinating. He talked about the concept of ‘Shared Value.’

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Mental Health

Mental Health Awareness Week – My Story

This week is Mental Health Awareness Week and I believe it’s really important that we …

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CoachingStressStress Management

Stress Awareness Month – Week 4 Top 3 State Management Stress Hacks

State Management, or emotional self-regulation, is a key element of Emotional Intelligence.  It’s about managing your emotions – recognising when your emotions are about to get out of control and intercepting early. Read on for my top 3 tips on how you can manage your emotions.

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CoachingStressStress Management

Stress Awareness Month – Week 3 Top 3 Cognitive Flexibility Stress Hacks

One of the most important messages I share with my coaching clients about stress is that stress is inside-out not outside-in. Sstress is not caused by an external event or situation or by someone being mean to us. Stress is caused by our response to that event/situation/mean comment.

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CoachingStressStress Management

Stress Awareness Month – Week 2 Top 3 Time Management Stress Hacks

This weeks theme is Time Management. Such a turn-off phrase. When I used to hear it in the corporate world, it made me want to yawn. The last thing I would consider was time management training. Yet it plays such an important part in stress management and we typically under-estimate its impact.

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StressStress Management

Stress Awareness Month – Week 1 Top Tips For Recovery Time

April is Stress Awareness Month. With one study last year showing that 74% of the UK population had felt ‘overwhelmed or unable to cope’ at some stage in the previous 12 months, the fact is that we’re clearly aware of it. The more important question is: what are we doing to address it?
This weeks theme is Recovery – read on for my top three tips for increasing your potential recovery time?

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CoachingExecutive Coaching

Is It Time You Made A Career Change? Carol’s Story

We spend so much of our lives at work and yet study after study says we’re disengaged and disenfranchised. Whilst often this is about how we perceive things or because we accept the status quo rather than trying to drive positive change, sometimes it’s because we’ve outgrown the role or the company or we’ve been somewhere too long.

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