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About careerresilience

Career Coach and Trainer at Blue Sky Career Consulting. Love to write and am currently juggling with four different blogs . Busy exploring ideas around how people can thrive in career and life.

What problems are you solving?………

Today’s post has been inspired by a game called the Cortex Challenge, a Brain party game, given to us as a Christmas gift last year. A game that requires each player to compete in several different problem-solving tasks so that ultimately … Continue reading

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Engaged and loving your job?

What I learnt from our family trips to the zoo Employee engagement and why it might be lacking in some workplaces has been of interest to me for some time and I have been asking myself; why is work so … Continue reading

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How was 2017 for you? ………..

The good, the bad and the indifferent and what are your hopes for 2018? Have to say that for a whole variety of reasons, 2017 has not been a stellar year and I for one am very glad to be … Continue reading

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Vulnerability and Leadership………………..

Recently, I have been reflecting on the relationship between vulnerability and leadership, for two reasons, really: One, after years of quoting Brene Brown’s “You can have courage, or you can have comfort, but you can’t have both” I finally read, … Continue reading

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‘The people you admire, warts an’ all’ ……

Who are the people you have a high regard for, despite their flaws or maybe even because of them? Maybe they have had a strong influence on your life and career choices or played a role in formulating your world … Continue reading

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It’s never just about the notes or the words..

The similarities between learning to play the piano and working as a coach. Continue reading

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What keeps you going, when times are tough?

What keeps you going when times are tough and work isn’t going so well or it just feels like you are ‘wading through treacle’? Your progress seems inordinately slow and you might even wonder if you are in fact moving … Continue reading

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