Category Archives : Blogroll

7 Scientific Ways To Reduce Stress At Work

On May 31, 2015, Posted by , In Blogroll, With No Comments

Are you feeling stressed and overwhelmed at work? Do you get the Sunday pre-work blues or the Friday panic to clear your desk? You’re certainly not alone with those feelings. Research by Viking showed that over a quarter of UK office workers reported feeling stressed every day and over half…

Mindfulness At Work

On April 2, 2015, Posted by , In Blogroll, With No Comments

Do you find that your head is often full of random thoughts and worries that buzz around not allowing you to keep focused and  make decisions?  Perhaps you would like to keep your attention on the current moment rather than worrying about past issues or whether your work will be…

How To Stop Being A Perfectionism At Work

On February 22, 2015, Posted by , In Blogroll, With No Comments

Wanting to be the best and achieve the best is a great motivator in work and life. Ask any sportsman and as you’d expect they are focused on winning, by performing at the highest standard, avoiding mistakes and beating the competition. Society rewards their high performance with financial rewards and…

10 Steps for Choosing Confidence Over Self-Doubt

On February 7, 2015, Posted by , In Blogroll, With No Comments

As a successful business women or professional, any outsider observing you would probably presume that you have a high level of confidence. However from my experience as a confidence coach, I find that the majority of people have at least one part of their lives where they feel self-doubt. This can…

The Benefits Of Happiness At Work

On January 10, 2015, Posted by , In Blogroll, With No Comments

This week I read an article about happiness at work by John Collins and wanted to share part of it with you: Are you happy at work? Are the people you work with happy? Should you even care as long as the job is getting done? It turns out you…

How Do I Help An Employee With Low Confidence?

On January 1, 2015, Posted by , In Blogroll, With No Comments

  As a Confidence Coach you can appreciate that I regularly hear people saying “I‘m just not a confident person” or “I have always had low self-confidence issues“. As it is my job to help them I have the skills and experience necessary, however as a manager or an employer…

Want to Reduce Employee Stress and Anxiety, Here’s a Refreshing Idea

On December 12, 2014, Posted by , In Blogroll, With No Comments

The average cost of absence per employee is £975 (2012 QBE white paper) so it’s not surprising that employers are looking for fresh ideas to reduce the time employees spend off sick. 30% of long term absence is due to mental health conditions, particularly stress and anxiety which are on…

10 Signs That Your Employees Lack Confidence

On December 6, 2014, Posted by , In Blogroll, With No Comments

  Within a team of employees there can be individuals who perform at a high standard and achieve success, those that work at a lower level and those who do well but could do even better. If you have an employee in your team who is performing poorly or not…

Mental Illness is the Leading Cause of Illness in the Workplace

On November 25, 2014, Posted by , In Blogroll, With No Comments

  Mental Illness is the Leading Cause of Illness in the Workplace It’s great to see this issue being discussed on the BBC News, click here to see the video. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-30189751 Confidence Coaching for Business has a number of confidence building programmes to reduce stress and anxiety. Also a unique…