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The Biggest Mistakes We Do About Our Career Development 

Photo by cottonbro on Pexels.com ❇️ Mistake #1: Thinking of Vertical Development Only The most common thought of many is that career development means a vertical shift to leadership or managerial roles. And this is not a surprise, mostly we have been taught that building up your career literally means “building it UP”, so vertically. And …

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A memo to newly hired leaders

Throughout my practice in managing people in fast-growing organizations, I have seen how teams are built, company cultures shaped and transformed.  One of the most common hires that are made on the scale-up stage is a VP, C-level hire, someone who had already successfully built something that we are about to build with our young …

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Your Own Self-Inventory (+ bonus PDF Workbook)

At some point we find ourselves in a place which we didn’t plan on going to, being in a situation or environment that doesn’t make us happy, or feel we are stuck between circumstances that pressure us to live our lives in a certain way. I believe it is important to find the time for …

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Self-Coaching Workbook Giveaway

Hi everyone! I am starting this new year with a hope that we all are going to have more good news, that we will be able to meet our families, we will travel again to the beautiful new places, come back to offices, and everyone will be healthy. I also notice how staying quarantined makes …

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Establishing Creative Teams

I think most of you will agree that creativity is essential in every business. Sometimes when we think of it briefly, we associate creativity with marketing, design, architecture, and art. But further thinking about creativity leads us to conclusions that even in more administrative functions like accounting there is also room for a creative mind. …

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Strengths vs Weaknesses

Depending on our cultural background and our education, we may use our strengths and weaknesses a little differently. Some people put a bet on their strengths since they know this is where their skills stand out, and that's what makes them successful. Others persuade their weaknesses as an opportunity to grow and therefore become more …

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What Am I Actually Angry About?

Psychologists will tell us that the most common roots of anger include fear, pain, and frustration. In situations of uncertainty, losing our areas of control or the comfort zone, being hurt in relationships - all of the above are examples of what can cause anger. We can also discover from the psychology that anger is …

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From self-awareness to self-improvement

What is self-awareness To better understand what self-awareness is I like to apply to emotional intelligence. It is an ability to recognize our own emotions, understand how they impact others, and manage them in a positive way; as well as recognize the emotions of other people with the ability to communicate effectively and reduce conflicts …

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Happiness in the Workplace: Using PxP formula to create healthy teams

The highest priority I am usually hearing from managers in terms of developing their teams is building a high performing culture, creating teams and dynamics with a strong focus on results, and a good track record in deliveries. But could we really build long term success without creating an environment that makes people comfortable and, …