Jenni, Trudy and Advita discuss the feeling of overwhelm and how this feels different for each of us. They share tips to help you navigate your way through this feeling.
How do you cope with the everyday issues? Can you influence and control certain situations? How can you change the overwhelm of how big an issue can be and make parts smaller to help change?
Do you know what your negotiation style is? How far do you go to achieve what you want? Have you changed your negotiation style over your career? What do you consider before you start negotiating?
In this episode, the team really work through their thoughts on the negative impact of the word and how by putting disciplines into practice, this conversation can really make you think about what you can achieve.
Jenni, Trudy, and Advita share their thoughts on how to address the challenges you might be facing and how to overcome them to get back on track to avoid distraction and procrastination.
Jenni, Trudy and Advita share helpful tips to guide you through how to work with difficult people. You will be left to consider how assumptions about the people we work with can be unhelpful.
When our imposter is on fire, it often means that we feel like we’re frauds, we feel like we don’t belong, and we feel like we shouldn’t get the job. And one day, we’re going to be found out! But is imposter syndrome a helpful label that stops us from exploring things deeper?
Jenni, Trudy and Advita discuss where you can find your motivation and where it really comes from, the choices you must make, and the ultimate consequences of not sticking with it.
All our lives were affected by the pandemic, and we had to adjust to this concept and cope with this constant feeling of uncertainty. How did we do this?
In this penultimate episode, we challenge the phrase ‘rehumanize’ and the potential separation of personal and professional approaches in an organisation.
‘What is your purpose’ is that a heavy question to answer? What motivates you at work? Do you feel empathy as a leader? How do we remain feeling human in a digital world?