Many thanks to Sarah Dawkins for this post. Sarah is a graduate of the Wise Goose Advanced Programme and works as a Confidence Coach here in the South West.
If your confidence stopping you from taking those steps to getting where you want to be in your life or work then confidence coaching is a great opportunity for you to work towards overcoming areas that are being hit by lack of confidence, be it that interview, talking to people or making that speech.
Something has got to change.
That was the thought that had been buzzing around in my head for 2 years before I decided to actually take action with my life; before that, the nagging thought was just something to squirrel away in the back of my mind to revisit when I reached that magical state of having time to think about it. Continue reading “Help Others. Help yourself.”
“Soft skills tend to differentiate good college graduates from exceptional college graduates,” Joseph Krok, university research liaison at Rolls-Royce.
Last week as I drove through Exeter University campus, graduates in robes and mortar boards were ambling in the afternoon sunshine. It started me thinking about young people’s prospects these days. Continue reading “Boosting Graduate Employability”
Organisations need people who are engaged and motivated; especially during an economic downturn.
Many studies show that engaged employees are good for organisations. According to the Corporate Leadership Council, employees with lower engagement levels are four times more likely to leave their jobs. Engaged employees are also more productive and contribute more to profits. Studies found that the organizations with highly engaged employees achieved twice the annual net income of organizations with less engagement. Continue reading “Employee engagement – seven tips for success”
Adaptability now that’s a wonderful word for the run into the UK New Year 2013! Harnessing and maintaining optimal performance in work and in life, a mean feat indeed.
Are you adaptable?
Are you flexible in how you juggle and manage self and colleagues? Continue reading “Coaching – Becoming more adaptable”