Is it Time to Take a Small Bet on your Career?

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Cambridge, Career Coaching, Career Meaning, Career Path, Careers, Coaching, Learning & Develpment, Networking, Psychology, Small Bets, Work

So you are feeling stuck going around the same circle at work and in your career. Of course, everybody feels like this at some point in their working lives. There may of course be uncertainty in your job due to the fallout from the pandemic. You know you should try to figure it all out, […]

Covid-19 – The Working at Home Plan

Posted Posted in Business, Cambridge, Career Coaching, Careers, Coaching, Education, Employment, Home based working, Home Office, Jobs, Mental Health, Mindfulness, Psychology, Small Business, Technology, Teleworking, Work, Working at Home, Working Parents

Needless to say, we are in the middle of unprecedented circumstances due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Infections are on the rise and you may be one of many who can or are being asked to work at home. Not stuck squeezed yoga-like into train/underground carriage, may be a good thing at the moment. Commuting and […]

Zig-Zag Career Paths

Posted 2 CommentsPosted in Business, Cambridge, Career Coaching, Career Path, Careers, Coaching, CV, Education, Employment, Jobs, Learning & Develpment, Organisations, Psychology, Small Business, team leaders, Uncategorized, Work, Working at Home, Zig Zag Career

Would you describe your career as linear, a very nice straight line in a particular job or profession? Or like mine and many others, a bit of a zig-zag and haphazard career path? Having been at work now for more years than I care to remember, I have had a number of different careers and […]

Managing Conflict Constructively at Work

Posted Posted in Business, Career Coaching, Coaching, Conflict, Constructive Controversy, Culture, Decision Making, Employment, Goal Setting, Leadership, Learning & Develpment, Power, Problem Solving, Psychology, Training, Work

Conflict in the workplace (or anywhere else for that matter) can easily create significant issues with inter & intra-personal relationships.  Nothing new there then. We all feel the stress, anxiety and any number of negative psychological affects after a disagreement. Some see conflict as something to be avoided at all costs. Perhaps just to support […]

The Self employed & Freelancers need appraisals too – here’s how.

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Appraisals, Assessment, Business, Cambridge, Career Coaching, Career Psychology, Careers, Coaching, Decision Making, Executive Coaching, Goal Setting, Leadership, Learning & Develpment, Organisations, Psychology, Small Business, Training, Work, Working at Home

Do you miss the appraisal process as a freelancer or a self-employed person? You might have had a yearly appraisal at work with your line manager. The appraisal would have probably focused upon goals and objectives for the business, department and your professional development etc. If yes your company and line manager was doing the […]