Imposter Syndrome has been all over the headlines recently. But is ‘imposter syndrome’ a helpful term? This article examines the limitations of the imposter syndrome label and how coaching approaches can help overcome imposter syndrome for good.
You stand in front of the chocolate bar fixture agonizing over your decision. It’s a small decision to make but somehow you are momentarily paralysed, rooted to the spot by the notion that you might get this wrong. As the seconds tick by the feeling of pressure rises…you really might get this wrong! Of course […]
The culture gap that stops your policies from sticking (and your employees sticking around) 27th May 2018 Author: Roz Hinds I’ve been giving a lot of thought over the last few months to the apparent gap in organisations between policy and culture, particularly when it comes to areas like parental leave and […]
Harnessing the ‘new year mentality’ to fuel 2018 (spoiler alert – it involves rest rather than treadmills) date: 28/12/17 10 min read Tis the season of NY resolution headlines. They have dominated all of my social media feeds over the last couple of weeks and no doubt yours too. Some are motivational and a bit shouty (live your intentions! set your goals! be the person you want to be! commit!). Some are gentle and acutely aware of […]