ExecLifeCoaching

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Monthly Archives: August, 2014

My tips on how to prepare for executive coaching, so that you get the most from your sessions

I recently created a video that explains what to expect from a coaching session. For some executives, coaching is something they’ve not engaged before and, naturally, people can be apprehensive regarding the coaching process and what may be asked of them. In this post, I’m going to go deeper into aspects mentioned in the video, …

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Weathering stormy seas: how to deal with a hostile employee…

However painful it may be to deal with conflict, it’s obvious why disgruntled team members can’t be ignored. Not only does their own productivity drop, if their issues aren’t listened to or resolved, their unhappiness can start to affect their colleagues, too. Contention is not the nicest thing to have to deal with as a …

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The danger of burnout

It seems strange that, despite endless technology promising to free up our time by automating processes, etc., some of us today feel – more than ever- physically overworked, stressed and overwhelmed as we go about our day-to-day business.   I’ve written about maintaining a healthy work/life balance, but as ‘healthy’ in this regard can mean …

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Is a fear of failure damaging your career? How to move through this mental block towards success…

I’ve written a couple of blogs on building confidence, and it’s quite often at the root of clients’ problems. When someone comes to a standstill in their career, it can often be a self-imposed plateau. Sub-consciously, we can be so afraid of failing that we remove the impetus to even try. Instead, we tell ourselves …

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