We made our first infographic!
And it fits beautifully with our theme this month – which is all about fun – it’s hard to have fun if you’re stressed!
In order to avoid stress, we need to be able to recognize our warning signs – it’s this awareness that allows us to take action and do something about it.
ENJOY! Warmly, Emma-Louise
Source: This infographic was created and updated with a TOTALLY new style from our FREE Effects of STRESS & Warning Signs Mini-Poster (available as a brandable Microsoft Word document)
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Daily stress and overwhelm is a problem for many people. Stress impacts both our physical and mental health, reduces our ability to think clearly, impacts our relationships and much more. Having many different approaches to reduce and minimise stress gives us options no matter what the situation.
So, here are 10 Easy Ways to Help Your Clients (and You!) Find The Calm You Need:
Share these in a workshop, coaching session or as homework ideas.
Plan to get to all your appointments and commitments 15 minutes early: If you get caught in traffic or held-up you’ll still be on-time. And Read More…
We found this infographic – and loved it so much we made it our infographic of the month!
Do you do any of the 5 weird habits? Because they seem like “Coaching Habits” to me – they’re exactly the kind of questions and reframes that we coaches like to challenge our clients with.
And this infographic fits beautifully with our article this week: How to Create your own “Daily Success Habits”.
ENJOY! Warmly, Emma-Louise
Source: This infographic is from a site called OpenForum.com
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If I was to ask you, “When employing someone, which is most important: their Knowledge, Attitude, Skills or Habits?”, what would you answer? Because I remember being asked this on a management development training course (a long time ago now!), and feeling really smug as I thought to myself, well everyone here is ‘old school’ and probably thinks it will be knowledge or skills, but I think it’s attitude. As a relative youngster, I felt that hiring decisions were made largely based on knowledge and skills – which can easily be acquired, whereas the right attitude can make anyone a Read More…
I first remember learning about Tuckman’s Team & Group Development Model while a management trainee at a large company. I found it fascinating – because I instantly saw that this model applies to ANY groups. It helps with understanding the stages of development a team goes through at work, but it also applies to groups of friends, networking groups, volunteering organizations – in fact it applies anywhere you interact regularly with others in a group setting.
Learning about this model can help you at work AND at home, and it can also help you help your clients – whatever kind Read More…