Sometimes you might feel intimidated working with people who are more senior than you. As this is an inevitable necessity of working life, assessing how you react to certain people and situations will help you re-evaluate the situation pragmatically and put in place coping mechanisms.
If you have only worked in one type of environment in your entire career, and want to change careers to a different environment, you might feel you don’t have the skills to transfer over. In this post, I share some thoughts on what you can do if you want to leave a call-centre environment when that’s all you know.
Now you understand the 5 steps you can take to calm your nerves before a presentation, here are 5 more tips on what you can do during a presentation.
Presentations make you feel sick? Everyone looking at you, dry mouth, clammy hands, a little light headed, palpitations, awkward blushing? Glossophobia outranks the fear of death, so as an introvert, it’s probably the last thing you want to do. In the first of a two-parter, here are the first 5 steps you can do to help you with your nerves.
Here are 4 options you have if you’re in a dead-end job and you want to do something about it. If 2018 is all about making a change with how you work and tackle your career, start by giving this a read.
The beginning of a new year is a great excuse to evaluate what you want in your professional life, how you did in 2017, and what you can be doing in 2018 to get where you need to be. Following these 3 steps will help you articulate a plan of action.
This post to remind you that although learning and keeping on top of managing your career is important, so is resting and enjoying yourself. Christmas is over so now is the time to rest and enjoy new presents, not read a post about work (apart from this one, obv).
So now you know how to celebrate failure. Next, learn how to take this approach to celebrating success, when something goes well, but in a more productive way than a couple of pints down the pub.
After you think you’ve dropped the ball, you might think you won’t get another opportunity to lead a project. What can you do to bounce back?
Job titles can mean a lot to you, or might sound impressive. But are they reflective on what you do, or just a showy front?