This is the time of the year where most people have moments of nostalgia; we look back on the past with Rose Tinted glasses and reminisce about the good old days, phrases such as ‘no school like the old school’ and ‘they were the good old days’ float around.
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A good boss, like anything other good experience we have in life, can leave a lasting impression on us. But unlike horror stories often recounted about ‘bad’ bosses we don’t hear that many great stories about the ‘good’ boss.
This might seem a bit of a doh! type question, yet when I ask my coaching clients to describe their ideal clients they often have trouble doing just that. Often the phrase I hear most is “Everybody who wants what I have to offer”.
Take business guides, etiquette, rules and regulations. How rigidly do you stick to those rules and how many of them do you break and for what reason?
There are three simple little changes we can implement into our mindset that helps us to move our negativity into positivity and the results we can get can be magical.
Before you consider taking action, it is best to talk it over with someone. It’s always a possibility that what may seem like bullying may in fact not be. For example changes within the organization can create stress on all levels (staff, supervisors, managers etc), and so stress may be causing some short term issues and demands. If you are finding it difficult to cope, perhaps take the time to talk to your manager or supervisor, who may well be as concerned as you are. Sometimes in situations like this communication can be the way to make changes.
When we set up in business we often have so much to do that in that process itself that our attention is pretty scattered.
In my last post, Do not stand alone, I took a look at workplace bullying, what exactly is bullying and how to spot a bully within your company/team. So just what type of impact can bullying behavior have on…
Picking up from my previous blog, I mentioned the need to identify a plan of action to break the cycle of being the “go-to” person to solve other people’s problems. So, let’s tease out the problem solving process…
It’s practically impossible for anyone who spends a significant amount of time online not to see those ads promising to make you an instant social media star. “Buy thousands of Twitter followers!” “Get 1000 Facebook friends fast!”