Clinical psychologist Dr Sarah Blackshaw writes about the practical steps people can take to help prepare them returning to work following a chronic physical or mental health issue.
One of the best ways to improve your verbal communication is recording yourself and watching it back. In my first video post, I share the benefits of recording yourself and tips on improving your confidence with your verbal communication.
Who doesn't love a good idea dump in a creative bubble that is a brainstorm. Leading them can be just as fun if you put the work an effort into the preparation. This post shares 3 steps on getting the preparation right.
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.
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.