Category: Career Conversations

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Career Conversations Training for Managers & Employees in Three Languages

We are happy to announce that all our Career Conversations workshops are now available in three languages – French, Spanish and English. This training is designed to help you improve your employees’ ability to handle career conversations, which are critical to the success of your organization. Our online sessions are interactive and include tools and

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How to be Well-Prepared for a Career Conversation with your Manager

In our last blog post we talked about Creating the Right Environment for a Comfortable Career Conversation with your Manager.  Now you’ve got that planned, today we want to focus on how to be well-prepared for a career conversation with your manager. Reflect on Your Journey So Far Preparing effectively for that conversation should start

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Impostor Syndrome. Are you letting it damage your career growth?

Have you ever had the feeling that you’re going to be found out? That you don’t ‘deserve’ this, that you’re not good enough, or you don’t belong? You may be suffering from Impostor Syndrome. Regular readers will realise that a lot of my recent blog posts have related to subjects I am covering in the

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Managing Upwards: 8 tips for influencing your manager

In my blog post, Managing Upwards: How to make progress through influencing your supervisor, I introduced the subject of managing upwards. And I emphasised the importance of ‘Seek first to understand; then to be understood.’ In my last blog post, Managing Upwards: First you need to clearly understand your Manager, I shared some ideas on

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Managing Upwards: First you need to clearly understand your Manager

In my last blog post, Managing Upwards: How to make progress through influencing your supervisor, I introduced the subject of managing upwards. And I emphasised the importance of ‘Seek first to understand; then to be understood.’ In this blog post, I thought I’d share some ideas seeking first to understand. Two important traits and attitudes

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