COACHING

Good Housekeeping: 5 Confidence Gaps Holding Women Back at Work

1. LISTENING TO THE SELF-CRITICAL VOICES

“If you don’t believe in yourself, no one else will and you’ll miss out on opportunities at work,” says Patrycia. “We all have those self-critical voices, but, in my experience, women manage them less effectively than men. The more active and lively your critical voices are, the more they’ll affect your...

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TIPS

The Telegraph's 'It's Your Money. Episode 7'

'Underpaid and overworked? Supercharge your career and earn your worth'.

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CAREER

The Guardian: How to Approach a Career Change

Understand your motives The first things to consider when planning a career change is why you want to make it and why now’s the best time to do it. “Timing is everything, because it takes commitment, energy, focus and dedication to make a successful move and you need to be 100% ready to commit yourself to this process,” explains Evelyn Cotter,...

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TRENDS

BBC: The Future of Office Attire?

The industry of ‘athleisure’ – sporty clothes and shoes that people don’t necessarily wear to play sport – grew by a staggering 42% between 2008 and 2015, according to Morgan Stanley research. More recently, its influence has begun to creep into offices, where workers’ clothing is becoming increasingly relaxed and designed for comfort. The...

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CAREER

Refinery29: What Happened When I Was Gaslit By My Boss?

Like 49% of UK workers who took part in a LinkedIn survey, I consider a good relationship with colleagues as being one of the biggest factors for feeling fulfilled at work – so I was relieved to find that my new boss was a gem to work with. In those first two months, I enjoyed learning the ropes and taking advantage of the office perks. Then, I...

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