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Ideal for your commute, lunch break or even a well-deserved moment of self-care and development, our 25 minute episodes focus on positive actions to help you thrive and maximise your potential in the ever-evolving workplace, and in life. Join Debs and Lau, your positive cheerleaders bursting with energy and insight to maximise your confidence and success in the changing workplace. Leave feeling motivated, supported and armed with the tools and practical skills you need to maximise success as ...
 
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To be an effective team that can keep focused during the ups and downs is to be a resilient one. Looking out for each other, supporting each other and challenging and motivating members to be their personal best is not just the job of the leader - although leaders will have the biggest influence over the tone and culture of a team. Resilience is th…
 
Resilience is the process of adapting well in the face of adversity, challenges or setbacks. Always useful, these days essential. In the 20th century the worlds body of knowledge used to double every 25 years. Now, it doubles every 11 hoursm (IBM). Within a week, what you thought was 'fact' could change overnight; the course you studied may become …
 
The pandemic has disrupted education and career pathways for a generation of teens - who are now entering the workplace looking to make their mark and build their lives. 20% more than usual have decided to delay their entry to work by seeking further education* such is the uncertainty around options . Its not easy being a young person starting out …
 
If everyone can purchase the same tech, products and services then it really is ourselves that make the ultimate success story. "You are the secret to your success" is the end quote from our guest Shona Rowan's new book The Psychology of Successful Women: The Ultimate Guide. She shares her recommendations from her research and her background of com…
 
When external life is unpredictable it can impact our inner sense of confidence and create wobbly feelings than in more stable times. We share practical tips for overcoming nerves and other barriers to confidence including the ‘cameras out’ technique and various planning and prep tools that transform our confidence levels in a moment that counts. W…
 
Collaboration is the action of working with others to produce something or to explore solutions and possibilities. In these changeable times where many industries are facing new and different challenges, collaboration is one of those premium skills that is not only useful now but will be vital for thriving in the years ahead. We share ideas for boo…
 
Starting with a moment to enjoy the sounds of springtime birdsong, this is a great time to refresh our energy and confidence. Confidence is that inner sense of knowing that you are enough, having a sense of certainty that no matter what gets thrown at you, you are able to handle yourself and deal with it in the best way possible. From owning your s…
 
As the saying goes, if we always do what we've always done, we'll always get what we've always got. Now is not the time for stale, closed or timid ways of working! Teams who take the time to create an honest environment will reap the benefits through having more innovative, proactive and focused meetings. Better quality meetings and interactions en…
 
Never underestimate the impact we have on each other - and in turn how our confidence can be boosted (or dented) by how others interact with us. With lots of change brings lots of opportunity so now is the time to feel empowered, comfortable and confident as we meet and greet more people. We are joined by the fabulous Enfys Maloney; as a sales trai…
 
Many are finding their work is like a rollercoaster ride at the moment with the ups and downs creating highs and lows that can over time impact wellness and resilience levels. A benefit of a stable team is that it stabilises nerves, reassures those who are wondering whether to stay or go, and maximises opportunities for collaboration and innovation…
 
Our focus this month is on Making Impact : how to make the difference, get your voice heard and create the positive influence required for action. We are honoured to be joined by Steve Lakin (Head of Fire at Balfour Beatty plc but in this episode he is speaking from his personal perspective) who shares his advice on how to maximise impact when you …
 
With lots of new decisions and projects, how do we ensure that everyone gets included around the table and in the conversation to be able to maximise our potential. Diversity drives innovation. We are delighted to be joined by the award-winning Nzinga Orgill MBA, CEO & Founder at RaCExpert Ltd. A transformational change leader committed to equality…
 
In this our Jubilee episode we turn our focus on to the prized skill of handling tricky conversations or difficult dynamics that can emerge in our working relationships. Of the past 3,400 years, humans have been entirely at peace for 268 of them – just 8% of recorded history. The concept of conflict means different things to different people and is…
 
This second episode in our focus on healthy work relationships focuses on harmonious teams. Rather than a nice to have, it is a need to have - when we work in harmony we shift our attention on sorting out the results rather than each other. With record numbers of people leaving and starting roles there are a lot of new beginnings and firsts happeni…
 
In this, the first in our 'Healthy Working Relationships' series this month, we focus on how to create, maintain and sustain good effective relationships with the people we work with. When there is trust, respect and understanding then even the most challenging or stressful work situations can be dealt with. When we are surrounded by healthy relati…
 
Part of growing up and become a mature adult is the moment where we recognise the need to understand who we really are and who we really want to be. No one can tell us what is the ideal next step for us and part of growing up is realising that we each have to figure out what motivates us and how we can progress our life in the way we want. We may n…
 
During challenging times it can be comforting to remember that a drop in motivation is not a personal failing unique to you: every single human experiences setback in their life. Knowing how to get ourselves out of a hole and shift towards a more motivated mindset is the bedrock of resilience and wellness. Keeping motivated on the bright, easy and …
 
The stronger the team, the stronger the performance sustained over time. Those teams who know like and trust each other, who have each others backs are more resilient in handling the ups and downs associated with disruption and change. In this episode we share hints and tips for motivating teams - because as we all know, team work makes the dream w…
 
Our focus this month is all about motivation - and in this episode we discuss tips for self-motivation. Did you know that 80% of those who set New Years Resolutions have given them up within 3 weeks? Rather than setting goals that focus on depriving ourselves, it is much more motivating to set goals which focus on joy and feeling good - that nudge …
 
Feeling like we belong is a core human need. When we feel connected and part of a community it creates a sense of belonging which transforms energy, morale and spirit to make things happen. Those teams who feel like they are part of something bigger than their individual selves has greater resilience to handle the blips and create the wins. When so…
 
For many, the past year has been full of challenge and stretch and situations that may have pushed you way out of your comfort zone. This may not have been the easiest time of your life, but it could be the most useful in terms of developing your skills and knowledge. No one was trained for the pandemic and therefore even those who proclaim to be '…
 
Like many of the true gifts of life, listening is a simple and free action and yet it is not always easy for those with busy lives. Hence the value of feeling wholly listened to can be priceless. In this episode we discuss the power of attentive listening, what this means for enabling success in ourselves and others, and practical tips for quality …
 
This is the first in our four-part seasonal special looking at the true gifts in life - the things in life that cost nothing but are priceless in value. In this episode we focus on the gift of Happiness and are thrilled to be joined by the brilliant Karan Douglas . Karan is a leadership and business coach who has studied the different types of huma…
 
Overworked, overloaded, overwhelmed....many are feeling the effects of ongoing work pressures due to changes and challenges triggered by the pandemic. We share tips for renegotiating boundaries, relieving stress and regaining the sense of being ahead rather than always behind. If 2020 was the year of change, for many people 2021 has been the year o…
 
Keeping clear boundaries is the first step to self-care - being able to say yes or no to the things that are right for you. For many, hybrid working can cause worries around who, what, and where we are working which add more pressure that tips us into feeling stressed out. In this episode we are joined by mental health and wellness expert Lindsey T…
 
If being bombarded with urgent messages and emails whilst on a Teams call has become your daily reality, now could be the time to set some new 'techiquette' - rules and principles for how you want to use tech. Whether in an office or at home- simple decisions to protect your ability to concentrate and be present could be game-changers to your stres…
 
As many organisations consider making hybrid working patterns a permanent feature, being able to handle the home/away blend will be key. If the goal is to have the best of both worlds - then any advantages will be neutralised if we are unable to handle the rigours of hybrid working. In this episode we discuss tips to help manage the unique stressor…
 
In our 60th episode, we discuss a skill more priceless than diamonds in terms of work enjoyment and success: assertiveness. To have the confidence to assert ourselves in both physical and virtual spaces with equal ease is a personal future-fit skill and key to creating a dynamic, successful and inclusive workplace. Being assertive is when we clearl…
 
Courage is the ability to do something that frightens us; a timeless value but even more so during disruptive, uncertain and unpredictable times. Being able to handle life’s big decisions and small dilemmas will continue to be part of the skills for the future (defying any algorithm). We are delighted to be joined in this episode by the inspiring S…
 
The word sabotage originates from the early 20th century French word saboter 'to kick with sabots, to wilfully destroy'. In turn, self-sabotage is when we undermine our own goals and values and is an equally destructive force that can hold us back professionally. Its the very human phenomena of when we really want something to happen but we act in …
 
Our focus this October is all about (Smashing Your) Fearfest and looking at the things can haunt us and hold us back in our worklife. Could it be time to exorcise some old ghosts - negative beliefs about ourselves and our capabilities. We can be so quick to focus on our weaknesses, but right now the world needs your energy, natural strengths and pa…
 
Question for you: how happy are you with your worklife? Does your career reflect the real you and natural talents and gifts? In this episode we discuss the life-changing impact that setting a 3-month vision can have on our feelings of hope, optimism and confidence in ourselves. When everything has changed, a vision can steady us and enable better d…
 
This month's focus has been exploring new ways of working triggered by the waves of change from the pandemic. In this episode we discuss how planning in time for you is a necessity to performance rather than a luxury or indulgence. Sailors are trained to plan in bolt-holes when mapping out a journey through rough seas or stormy weather: pockets of …
 
It's not what you know, its who you know. And it’s who those others know who they can introduce you to, that unlocks the exponential power of nurturing a diverse network of people. We are joined in this episode by journalist Marina Gask, co-founder of the hugely successful Audreyonline.co.uk online network, a network group for midlife transformatio…
 
Just like astronauts in space, feeling securely tethered to the base makes exploring the unknown exciting rather than terrifying. As hybrid working evolves and develops what is plain to see is that the quality of teamwork, camaraderie and unity is influencing the level of motivation to return to an office. Feeling tethered to something bigger is a …
 
Even for those who have been working for years, there is a new set of principles, guidelines and unwritten rules to learn as we get our heads around new ways of working. In this episode we take a 'back to school' approach and discuss new terms such as hybrid, remote and flexible working and what that means in reality. The more clearly we can view t…
 
The pandemic triggered such huge change that many things will never be the same again. So therefore there are new bright opportunities as well as dark challenges. What if this was the year that you started exploring a new amazing pathway in your life? Sometimes hearing other peoples stories and experiences can provide the spark that lights up a who…
 
We call it Desxit: Are you in or out - the physical office? Workplace location is the new Brexit and for many teams this topic is similarly as divisive and contentious depending on beliefs around hybrid working. The pandemic triggered millions into working from home; now the tide is turning and people are being recalled back to the office once agai…
 
Long days, short weeks? Take 20 mins with us to review and reflect your approach to handling change. What started as a sprint of change back in March 2020 has become a gruelling marathon for many. As people adjust and flex to new ways of working, we can focus on how to create balance and maintain boundaries. In times of deep change, it can be easy …
 
This is the first in our Summer 2021 R&R (Review and Reflect) series and this one is all about the Imposter Syndrome. With rapid change comes opportunities and challenges and the skill is to be able to handle learning as we go and minimise fear, procrastination and self-doubt. We discuss practical tips for shedding the 5 fears that underpin the Imp…
 
If you feel like the highs and lows are getting faster and stronger, you are not alone. We share tips and ideas for keeping grounded and stabilised as the coronacoaster surges on. As we prepare for the next stages of change, for many this represents a transition from full-time remote working to being back in an office. Microsoft surveys suggest 66%…
 
For those of us told as kids not to sit too close to the TV as it would give us square eyes, it is quite startling to realise just how much we are sitting staring at a screen in order to work. With Microsoft data suggesting over 60% of their global clients are planning for hybrid working as an inevitability, we are the generation who are going thro…
 
This episode is for all those who focus on helping others to be ok, to have the confidence to look after themselves with the same care. For the digital overload is real, not just your imagination! Microsoft has published data showing the extent of digital overload for the millions working from home prompted by the pandemic, we share the stats but i…
 
If we were professional athletes part of our behaviour would be to manage and maintain our levels of fitness to be able perform when it counts and contribute to the team. During times of uncertainty it may take more to keep our mindset fit for the game of life. In this episode we discuss how to tap into our feelgood brain chemistry to help keep us …
 
July is all about prioritising our self-care. Your work only works if you are ok. Could agile working be making us more fragile? The novelty of being able to work any place, anywhere and any time may now be wearing off and it can be a jolt to realise that work may have crept across into leisure time. Latest research shows average working hours have…
 
In this extended episode we focus on the treasure trove of benefits that neurodivergence brings to the table. Hugely successful people such as Elon Musk, Steve Jobs, Greta Thunberg and Richard Branson have shared how their dyslexic, ADHD or autistic gift to think and see things differently has enabled them to impact and shake up the world. In our i…
 
Tired of having to fit in? Change and disruption can be even more tiring if we are pretending to be someone we are not, or having to force ourselves to work in a way that doesn't play to our natural strengths. We are joined this week by the inspirational Sarah Adjepong-Duodu who in her role as global leadership trainer for a large multinational hea…
 
The language we use is key to being able to work well with different people in a smart and inclusive way. Being able to talk easily and professionally with a diverse audience is increasingly important as the world of work continues to evolve. Our words play an enormous role in how we dis/connect with each other: never underestimate the impact an of…
 
In the first of our 'To Be Different Is To Be Human' focus in June, this episode scans the broad and widening horizon of inclusion, diversity and belonging. A potential consequence from geographical restriction is that our lives can become smaller and less diverse without random interaction. Learning how to mix with different unknown people again m…
 
The pandemic has impacted people in very different ways - wreaked havoc for some or been a welcome break in the pattern for others. Either way, life will fall into new rhythms and humans are remarkable at getting back into the groove and restoring to business as usual. We are joined this week by the inspirational Gillian McMichael MCC: a Master Tra…
 
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