As a career coach, I see many clients who have the presenting problem of career indecision. There’s often many underlying issues that often need unpacking. The six most common I see are: Lack of confidence A lack of belief and confidence in themselves to choose their own path can be very debilitating. Focussing on weaknesses […]
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One of my reproduced articles that was published earlier this year on CIO.com.au Five simple tips your change manager should be using to build brain-friendly change in your business Last month Commonwealth Bank’s CIO David Whiteing delivered a warning to his peers: “If your business transformation plans don’t scare you, they’re not bold enough and you’ll be […]
As a career coach I see many clients who have the presenting problem of career indecision and confusion. However, there are many underlying issues that often need unpacking. The six most common I see are: 1. Parental pressure High parental expectations often exert a lot of pressure on children – from school aged to middle aged adults […]
Often I get a wide-eye stare when I tell people I’m a Change Manager. Some people think I work in IT, write a bit of communications and organize some training then job done. Others think I swan around having coffee with senior managers and know a lot more than I really do. The truth lies […]