How to have difficult conversations at work

How to have difficult conversations at work

Difficult conversations – what are they? You know the one – the tough talk you really know you should be having but you just keep putting off. It could be a poor performance review, news that someone’s budget has been cut, a project has been delayed or the ultimate – you have to let someone go. Whatever the conversation, you’re…

Saying No

Saying No

This is an issue I see again and again with my clients. If, like my clients, you struggle with the idea of prioritizing your self-care over everyone else’s needs, then read on. Saying ‘no’ is about creating healthy boundaries around your time and energy; it is not about being mean or selfish or disregarding the wants or needs of others.…

Imposter Syndrome

Imposter Syndrome

Another way in which I see ‘not good enough’ showing up is when clients feel as if they are about to be found out – for not being ‘good enough. They feel they don’t really ‘belong’, that they are a ‘fraud’, or that they don’t actually deserve the role they have their accomplishments or the recognition they’ve received. Even the…

How to manage emotions at work

How to manage emotions at work

How to manage emotions at work This subject just keeps coming up with my clients! Whether it’s in the guise of how to manage anger at work (a big one for female leaders)… how to manage anxiety at work (and all of the ways it leaks out of us if we don’t), or managing conflict at work (or rather not,…

Do you suffer from Imposter Syndrome?

Do you suffer from Imposter Syndrome?

Imposter syndrome and how to overcome it You’re a fake, you’re a fraud and you’re about to get found out. Is this something you tell yourself on a regular basis despite all of the evidence and all of your achievements otherwise? If so, then you might be one of the millions of unfortunate people who suffer from impostor syndrome. Now,…

Anger. Fear. Sadness

Anger. Fear. Sadness

How to control negative emotions Anger, fear and sadness. The three main categories of what we view as negative emotions. Now if like me you’ve been feeling some of these or a lot of this is over the last three weeks, know that there is a really effective technique of dealing with them, and we all tend to have a…

How do you feel about asking for help?

How do you feel about asking for help?

Then the next thing you did which interests me is that you called boyfriend. Yeah, you went straight to your primary attachment person. The person that’s a person who you would call if your car broke down. So I’m asking you all now to think about this. Who would you call in a crisis in the drama in anything? And…

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