Category Archives: Career Insights

Talent builder or raw strengths?

“Most people think they know what they are good at. They are usually wrong…And yet, a person can perform only from strength” – Philip Drucker. As a professional coach I often offer personal support to people who want to build up their skills. My coaching approach is easy: based on a goal, together with the […]
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Employee motivation

What drives you?   Historically, organizations have believed that compensation is the primary motivator for results, but scientific evidence suggests that the link between money, motivation, and performance is much more intricate. A new UNC Executive Development white paper, Motivation on the Brain – Applying the Neuroscience of Motivation in the Workplace, discusses the science behind motivation and […]
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Instantly improve your job search results

A great career starts with a great preparation The world is changing rapidly, you noticed that already. And so it does the job search strategies. By now, you’ve probably learned that the traditional ways of job searching don’t work anymore the way they used. A few years ago, you could put your resume up on […]
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TEDxBelfast

TEDxBelfast October 2013 I just been to another great event TEDx. I was eager to share with your my experience. These 10 speakers changed today the world with their courage, ideas and enthusiasm for their work here in Belfast. Congratulations and feel free to contact them for any help or advice, I’m sure that they […]
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Bad predictions of our behaviours – a reason for procrastination

Bad predictions of our behaviours – a reason for procrastination Why did you choose where to go to college? Why did you fall in  love with that person? Why do you buy that specific brand of shoes? Sometimes we know. Sometimes, we don’t. Asked why we have felt or acted as we have, we produce […]
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What really happens when you postpone

       Imagine this scenario: “You are self-employed, so you have the perfect control of what are you doing, utterly the control of your own deadlines. You have a big project on the role, great ideas and you placed big standards and obviously big expectations from it. So, you realize that what you accomplished […]
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Being absent on the job

There are different kinds of absenteeism at work. But how is this translated in daily life? Either you don’t listen what your manager is saying, you’re doing (actually working) boring tasks but thinking of something else such as what will you have for lunch, which destination to chose for your holiday or what your family […]
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