7 Insightful Questions to Help You Embrace What’s Important to You in Your WorkLife 

WorkLife is our life both in and out of work and the impact each has on the other. I believe WorkLife needs to be considered holistically because all areas of our life are so intrinsically linked they cannot be separated.

What Effective Key Lesson Can Business Schools Learn From the Medical Profession?

Organisations always say employees are their most valuable asset, but slashing training budgets doesn’t convey that message and is incongruent with that philosophy. Surely Work Based Learning is the solution to enable individuals and teams to bridge that knowing-doing gap that would support their organisation in achieving their business strategy.

Why is it Important to Put Your Interests and Hobbies on Your CV?

Clients will often ask me if they should put interests and hobbies on their CV. Without hesitation I respond ABSOLUTELY. I believe it’s so important when people are being interviewed that the interviewer/s take time to understand who they are as individuals.

How To Effectively Manage your WorkLife in Turbulent Times

Organisations are finding it tougher to retain their best performers. Help them to tailor your job in line with your interests and take on new responsibilities that enable you to express those interests. Maybe as a communications professional, you have an interest in quantitative analysis, ask to take on duties working with market-research analysis or perhaps you want to develop your people management skills and put yourself forward for planning and managing new-hire orientation.

How to Strengthen Low Morale Brought About by Survivor’s Syndrome 

‘Survivors Syndrome’ is when the people who have remained in a job are challenged with delivering not only on their original roles/workloads but also stepping in and stepping up to fill the gaps caused by the loss of their colleagues along with their skills, knowledge and experience.


How to Know Whether to Hire From the Inside or Outside to Build Back Stronger

Start from a fair playing field and consider the best people from both inside and outside our company. Surround yourself with the best by seeking out potential because this is what will keep you at the forefront of this recovering but ever changing market place.

6 Tips to Help You Craft Great Opening Lines That Hook Your Audience the Moment You Begin Your Story

The opening line to your story can be simple, eloquent, informative, contradictory, startling, thrilling, curious, suspenseful … But it should propose a contract to your audience: If you keep listening, I’ll tell you a certain kind of story.