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September.  Remember the smell of new pencils and the feel of a crisp, new exercise book?  It’s time to make the most of that ‘new term’ feeling and set yourself up for the final months of the year. Here are my...

People tell us to listen to our instincts, but that’s easier said than done as we rush through the day.  We can find ourselves doing tasks on autopilot, without questioning whether we’re doing what’s best for us, our organisations or...

Habits free up our minds for higher thoughts.  They organise much of what we do into sub-conscious routines, so that we can focus our attention on what’s novel, interesting or necessary in any given moment.  In doing so, habits anchor...

If you make a change, you will undoubtedly learn something from the experience.  But whether that learning leads to growth is down to you. Let me explain.  If I go to a networking event and find it hard to strike up...

Fear.  It’s never far from our minds.  And that’s not surprising as it’s part of the mechanism we’re hard-wired with to alert us to possible dangers. Fear is particularly triggered by situations that are new or different.  And if you’re making...

Change requires energy.  What is true in physics is also true for people.  And just as with physical objects, energy not only provides the impetus for people to change, it helps determine the direction.  So becoming more aware of your...

In A is for Action, I talked about the importance of taking a first step, any step, however small it might be.  That single action makes the process of change real. One of the reasons we find it hard to take...

At times of change, we can get completely caught up with tackling the immediate pressures around us, whilst also adding to an ever-lengthening list of internal worries.  There have certainly been times in my life when I’ve spent each day...

Clients typically come to me at points of change and transition in their working lives.  I feel privileged to support them as they work through their hopes and fears and move to more fulfilling roles and positions. The change process is...