We’re finally into November, but 2020 has been… umm… 2020. And in nearly every conversation I’ve had with my friends, family and coaching clients in recent weeks and months, we’ve touched on disbelief around what we’ve lived through, and how we’ve coped. A consistent theme that keeps popping up in my conversations is how many of us can succumb to the lures of “thinking traps”.
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I like to think of myself as independent. Chances are, you’d say the same about yourself. It’s a positive attribute: to be able to manage one’s own interests, work and lifestyle without too many outside influences or reliance on those around you.
But when you’re co-parenting, it’s okay to be interdependent.
We’re excited to welcome our newest FlexCoach: Linda Assaf! Linda has joined the talented group of career coaches who can help you advance in your career, grow your confidence, and more. Each month they provide us with some of their best tips and advice either on our blog or social media channels.
We’ve welcomed a new FlexCoach on board and can’t wait to share her expertise with you! Our FlexCoaches can help you with any number of career and work-life questions and situations, and each month they share some of their best tips with you through blogs and videos.
Is 2020 going to be your year? Is it time to return to work? For many people who’ve been out of the workforce for an extended period of time, the prospect of starting all over again will feel both daunting and motivating.
Our FlexCoaches are passionate about supporting you to be the best you can be, offering a range of training and coaching services in areas such as career transition, return to work, interview skills and positive psychology – to name just a few.
We chat to one of our newest FlexCoaches Cecile Fery about her career background and what she loves most about coaching women embarking on the next phase of their careers.
FlexCoach Cecile talks about what may be holding you back from a career change and role and how to overcome the blocks.
To get the best work-life integration, we must understand what it is we value in each of our roles and stay true to that.
Each of us has dreams for our career and for our life. In Part 2 of the Living the Dream: Flexible working, Integrated life blog series, FlexCoaches Kate Wilkie and Debra Close will show you how identifying and effectively using your performance strengths will both energise you and see you achieving your career goals!!
People think that a career break will jeopardise their future career prospects, however it could work to your advantage if you know how to address the gaps.
A dream life is different for everyone. In Part 1 of the Living the Dream: Flexible working, Integrated life blog series, FlexCoaches Debra Close and Kate Wilkie will guide you to discovering what “living the dream” means for you.
Goal setting is a great way to start the year, planning ahead and working out what you want is easy with these tips from FlexCoach Casey Ball.
FlexCoach Casey Ball shares her tips to help you come out the other side of being made redundant.
In this series, we introduce you to our panel of FlexCoaches, each who offer a complimentary 30-minute chemistry session to our community.
FlexCoach Julie Lines shares her tips to find your ‘WHY’.
‘We can reframe the situation of our overloaded days to be opportunities, and use specific skills to manage and cope. Therefore, leaving us to get everything done without sacrificing our wellbeing.” Follow Shannon’s steps.
Every day we make assumptions about people and their lives. We accept things as true without question or proof. But what if we consciously stopped assuming? FlexCoach Shannon Young shows us how to have the right conversations first.
Your toolkit to make confidence a way of life Congratulations and thank you for joining us for this blog series! We hope you’re making fabulous progress towards your dream career!! Our mission has been to help you reboot your confidence and make the journey from self-doubt to self-belief. We’ve looked at how your mindset can…
Debra and Kate explain how to banish the ‘What If’s’ from your vocabulary to be confident and grow from the challenges.
‘When we believe that we can develop our skills it feels easier to take a risk and try something new. We’re able to recognise that it’s our effort and our attitude that most influences our success.’
Are you in a confidence crisis? Learn to overcome and power through this moment from Kate and Debra.