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7 Ways To Take Back Control Of Your Life

Are you in a job that you feel is long past its use by date? The fun, excitement and passion for what you did are long gone. Monday mornings are a dread with that sinking, ground hog day feeling as … Continue reading

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Have You Got the End-of-Year Career Blues?

Are you suffering from the end-of-year career blues? Are you questioning “can I bear to have a repeat of this year” and the answer and inner knowing is a definitive NO! We naturally get a bit more reflective as the … Continue reading

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How managers can give and receive feedback more effectively

Giving and receiving feedback whether at work or home can be challenging. In the work setting, whether it is giving feedback during a “coachable moment” or a more formal context such as performance appraisal or review, there are some principles … Continue reading

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When is your strength “not a strength” and what to do about it

We all have our strengths and weaknesses. When we use our strengths to produce the desired results,  it gives us satisfaction and rewards us both emotionally and financially. Our signature strengths enable us follow our natural interest and passion, do our … Continue reading

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