From conversations I’ve had with clients and friends and from information shared on social media, it seems to me that the biggest challenge facing everyone right now is… BURNOUT. If […]
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When you’re juggling work from home (and potentially home schooling), it’s easy to neglect yourself. Normal activities go by the wayside, and healthy eating and exercise may not feel like […]
According to the National Training Laboratories Institute, the average person retains just 5% of the information they hear in a lecture. But they will retain 50% of what they hear in a […]
Throughout my years as a professional leadership coach, I’ve encountered many situations where a prospective client is unsure if they need a coach or a psychologist. Perhaps they have been […]
A recent article from McKinsey on the future of work stated that up to 25% more workers than was previously estimated will potentially need to switch occupations in the not-too-distant […]
I work with many highly technical professionals who are at the top of their game within their field of expertise. These are brilliant people who have given their all to […]
When conflict arises, what happens in your workplace? Is it ignored? Are people separated? Or does everyone just hope it will resolve on its own? Workplaces are such unique environments, […]
Late last year, a nurse in the US spoke out about her concern that people who had contracted COVID and landed in intensive care refused to believe it was real. […]
As we officially adios one of the most interesting years in human history, it’s a fantastic opportunity to look back and reflect on what we can learn from it. I’ve […]