career management

My Top Ten Favourite Quotes on Learning

Investing in your ongoing personal and professional development is essential for growth both in your life and your career.  In my experience, adopting a mindset of learning has been both enriching and rewarding.   Without investing in learning, I wouldn't be the person I am today. The Mum am I today. The coach I am [...]

By | May 9th, 2017|career management, change, commitment, curiosity, executive coaching, leadership effectiveness, personal leadership, Quotes|Comments Off on My Top Ten Favourite Quotes on Learning

5 Reasons Why You’re Not Getting Promoted

Getting passed over for promotion and watching others progress around you can be soul destroying. It can leave you feeling disheartened and for some, with a bruised ego. Another year of hard slog lies ahead and you are unsure of what to do now to progress your career. The lifestyle you aspire to appears even further away. [...]

By | April 18th, 2017|career management, Communication, effective communication, leadership coaching, leadership effectiveness, Listening, professional development|Comments Off on 5 Reasons Why You’re Not Getting Promoted

Do you have mentor? Discover three benefits of having one . . .

“A mentor is someone who sees more talent and ability within you, than you see in yourself, and helps bring it out of you.” Bob Proctor Navigating your professional career can be challenging.  You may encounter difficult colleagues you need to persuade. A stretch assignment. An underperforming team to engage and deliver results. A tough [...]

By | April 1st, 2017|Career Change, career management, Communication, leadership effectiveness, Listening, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Do you have mentor? Discover three benefits of having one . . .

Never forgot those who matter most to you and your business

Receiving an award for Best Executive Coaching, South East England was a proud moment for me this week and it would not have been possible without YOU. Thank you. I believe it is important to never forget those who matter most to you and your business and so I made this short video on my Facebook [...]

By | January 28th, 2017|career management, Category of Personal Leadership, executive coaching, professional development, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Never forgot those who matter most to you and your business

5 Reasons to Develop Your Critical Thinking As a Leader

As Albert Einstein astutely said, “Education is not the learning of facts, but training the mind to think.” Critical thinking can be described as the ability to think rationally and clearly about what to do or believe in a given situation. It improves the quality of the thinker’s thoughts by imposing standards and cultivating good [...]

Belinda’s story – how to achieve clarity in what you want

Previously I have shared some practical tips on how to achieve clarity in what you want for yourself and your business. In this short video I share a case study of Belinda*, a client of mine who, when we began working together, didn't know what she wanted to do next nor how to go about [...]

By | September 10th, 2015|Career Change, career management, change, clarity, personal leadership|0 Comments

Make your own luck – insights from Voice at the Table Conference

The recent 'Make your own luck' conference organised by my friend Rina Goldenberg and her wonderful team at Voice at the Table was a most inspiring day. I was thrilled to meet some of you there. We listened to a combination of keynote speakers and panellists bringing alive the theme of how to take charge of your career [...]

I got the promotion, what now?

I am delighted to introduce Joanna Gaudoin, an expert in the field of Image and Impact and owner of InsideOutImage, as my Guest on my Blog this week.   Corporate life has a continual focus on the next step. What's the next role? How long do I need to stay in this one before progressing to [...]

4 Secrets to Great Career Management

What is career management? The term career management, in its broadest sense, refers to the whole process of planning the path that your career will take over the long term. The process is one that takes place over the course of your entire lifetime — or at least until you decide to retire — and involves a [...]

By | March 16th, 2015|Career Change, career management, professional development|0 Comments

5 Strategies for How to Raise Your Impact Professionally

I recommend five key strategies for success in your raising impact professionally to achieve your goals. Our aim is to sharpen your leadership skills, so you’ll have a clear idea of what you want. We can assist individuals who want to hone their leadership skills to gain confidence and to know what they want to [...]

By | February 26th, 2015|career management, leadership effectiveness|0 Comments