Blogs Tagged: confidence

Presenting – Focus on what you can control

Posted on 17th April 2020

Imagine someone asks you to deliver a presentation to the board in a few days’ time. You immediately start worrying about who will be there, how long the presentation will

Manager to Leader – Making the Leap

Posted on 15th May 2019

“Let it go, let it go…” – I know, sorry, you’ll have that stuck in your head for the rest of the day! One of the biggest hurdles that new

Management – Taking up your first role

Posted on 15th July 2019

Rachel had thought long and hard before applying for the internal management position. Rachel knew she was ready for the next step but getting the job would mean that she

Resilience – Putting it all into perspective

Posted on 1st November 2019

We all take a kick from time to time, sadly that’s life. Everyone reacts differently to those kicks.  Some people dust themselves down and bounce back.  I’m an Evertonian –

Choking on the big day

Posted on 15th August 2018

(A Potential Unearthed definition of ‘choking’ – “To lose your bodily functions in moments of severe stress and anxiety; To forget who you are, what you are, where you are

Confidence – Are you Charlie Bucket?

Posted on 15th July 2018

I watched Willy Wonka again today for the 50th time. My son loves the Johnny Depp film but personally I fall into the Gene Wilder camp. As we sat there

You don’t always have to aim for the stars…

Posted on 3rd February 2015

I’ve been thinking for a while now about taking up golf. I have played in the past but not with much success, in fact, I spent more time trying to

Having a Difficult or Awkward Conversation

Posted on 21st November 2018

We have all been in that situation when we need to have a potentially difficult or awkward conversation. It might be with a regular client who hasn’t paid their invoice,

Presenting – Would the real you please stand up?

Posted on 22nd September 2015

I was sat there the other night curled up on the couch with my gorilla feet slippers on and my smoking jacket and cravat (the gorilla feet slippers are a