Finding a job whether you are making a transition in your career or just starting out is deeply personal, courageous and humbling. When people come to me for career coaching – whether in the middle of their career, switching to an entirely new industry or just at the start – inevitably there are 3… Continue reading 3 Tips for Job Search Success!
Avoid Mistakes, Conflict & Regret with this!
Have you noticed how reactionary we are as human beings? There’s a tendency to “like” things or cancel people without a second thought. We feel an urgency to respond to every e-mail, text, and other notifications. In this context, the power of pausing can be overlooked. So, let’s shine a light… Continue reading Avoid Mistakes, Conflict & Regret with this!
How to Give Feedback Well
The need to give feedback is inevitable. Why? Because at the heart of feedback is the need to address and fix a problem. While the objective seems simple enough, giving feedback is not. How it is delivered has significant consequences. Delivered well it can create a sense of belonging, a commitment to… Continue reading How to Give Feedback Well
How to Believe You’re Doing Enough
It’s April. Just like that, we’re well into the year. It can be easy for us to ask: Where did the year go? Before panicking and wondering – “What have I accomplished? Did I do enough?” – I’m going to help you build and exercise your self-awareness muscle. Here’s why: You… Continue reading How to Believe You’re Doing Enough
Apologies & Forgiveness in EDI Work
What’s not explicitly talked about when organizations embark on work like equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) and addressing discrimination are expectations around apologies and forgiveness. These expectations are linked to 2 major needs by harmed parties (i.e. those who have experienced hurt and suffering) and those trying to stop the harm: accountability and acknowledgment.… Continue reading Apologies & Forgiveness in EDI Work
How Small Adjustments Lead to Big Results
You know what you don’t want. You don’t want a repeat of certain things that happened last year. No more sending job applications into the abyss with no acknowledgment whatsoever. No more finding yourself sitting at your desk asking yourself: What just happened? Either being told off, shamed, ignored or made to… Continue reading How Small Adjustments Lead to Big Results