Episode 136: How to be well-liked at work – with Ryan Lindner

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Everybody knows that first impressions are important, but how do you make a good first impression and how do you continue to come across positively in your working relationships?  What can you do to be well-liked at work and to contribute to a healthy, positive working environment that avoids toxicity? Ryan Lindner is a personal development specialist and behavioural coach who focuses on helping his clients prioritise their time and energy while creating and maintaining positive relationships. He explains how to make a good first impression, get your colleagues to like you and contribute to a positive work environment for all. (more…)
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Episode 135: Why am I unhappy at work? – with Kelly Whalley of Find Your Wings

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You don’t feel happy at work but you can’t figure out what’s causing a disconnect.  What is your career missing, and what can you change to make things better and you happier? Kelly Whalley is the co-founder of Find Your Wings, a coaching and mentoring business where she works with individuals who are at a transitional point in their career. She explains the ‘HEALTHY’ framework she uses to help individuals identify the important aspects of their career, what's causing a disconnect between them and their work and what they can change to improve their work-life balance and happiness. (more…)
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Episode 134: How to start a career in computer programming – with Emily Hill of Joy of Coding Academy

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You may be considering starting a career in computer programming and software development.  But how do you start?  What are the benefits of joining a coding bootcamp?  How do you know which bootcamp is the best one?  What job might you get at the end of it?  And who is a career in computer programming suited for anyway? In this episode, software engineer trainer Emily Hill explains why she’s leaving her position as a tenured professor to start a business teaching people how to code, what it takes to get into computer programming, and how she plans to use her business to build a better work-life balance. (more…)
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Episode 133: How to find your career values and enjoy your work – with Fiona Moss

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You might be good at your job, but do you enjoy it?  Does it satisfy you? Why is it that you don’t always enjoy work you’re good at?  How can you do more of the work that you find fulfilling? In this week’s episode, we’re joined by career and business coach Fiona Moss who explains why doing work which is in alignment with your values is such an important part of enjoying your career.  We discuss why your values matter, how to find out what your own  values are and how you can use them to  find your purpose and the work and career that you truly enjoy. (more…)
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Episode 132: Creating your own work environment – with Alison Colley of Real Employment Law Advice

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You want to have a job that offers you flexibility and fits in better with your home life.  Do you try to find something that matches what you need?  Or could you create your own job? In this interview, Alison Colley talks about how she leveraged her background in law to start her own firm and reflects on why making that important leap led her to have a better work/life balance. (more…)
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Episode 130: I’m too busy! Overcoming overwhelm at work – with Dina Cataldo

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When you get so busy that you can’t switch off, and all you can do is think about work, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. So how do you overcome overwhelm?  How can you be more productive while feeling less stressed?  How do you reclaim your time when there’s so much to do? In this episode lawyer-coach, Dina Cataldo introduces the techniques you can use to get through and avoid overwhelm.  She also gives some tips on how to be more productive and explains the importance of your internal thought processes. (more…)
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Episode 129: How to sell your ideas to your boss – with Brigitta Hoeferle of Center of NLP

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Sometimes it’s hard to get your point across to your work colleagues. Trying and failing to persuade someone to your point of view can be extremely disheartening.  But what if there were techniques you could use to help you? In this episode, award-winning educator and NLP master, Brigitta Hoeferle, explains everything there is to know about neuro-linguistic programming and how it can help you get your ideas across and create better relationships with your co-workers. (more…)
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Episode 128: Stop trying to be a superhero! Avoiding burnout in work and life – with Matt Appleby of Apple Yoga

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What happens when you burn out? How do you take a step back, recover and make sure it doesn't happen again? This week Matt Appleby, a yoga teacher and well-being expert, discusses his own personal experience of burnout and how he now helps people avoid and recover from burnout.  We cover the importance of creating boundaries, the challenges of managing parenthood with your professional life and how people can recover from burnout. (more…)
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Episode 127: Does the job for life exist? – with Becca Ribbing

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Is it realistic to find a job for life or is it ok to change jobs every few years? In this episode Becca Ribbing, coach and author of The Clarity Journal, discusses why so many people look for new jobs every few years.  Becca explains how to recognise that things need to change, the issues that can arise with having a rigidly defined career path, and the ways you can improve your job satisfaction. (more…)
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