Breaking Chains of Traditional Careers: A Path to Genuine Fulfillment
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Performance Reviews Aren't the Answer: Embrace Curiosity for Consistent Career Growth
Everyone knows what those end-of-year performance reviews are like.
Change the Narrative on Promotions: A New Approach to Career Growth
Cora spent her career working toward climbing the corporate ladder. She chased titles and worked on developing skills to help her attain those promotions, believing the narrative she was taught early on that true career success was measured by one thing: your title.
Crafting Questions to Uncover Workplace Motivations
What if you could unlock the secret to understanding what truly motivates people? Even more, how can you apply this knowledge effectively in workplace scenarios?
The Power of Career Development Conversations
What if the key to a motivated team lies not in your hands but in their aspirations? You're about to discover the art of stimulating career conversations that ignite passion, foster development opportunities, and drive motivation.
Supplemental Coaching Reinforces Self-Awareness
Imagine transforming your professional life and relationships just by becoming more self-aware.
When we think about what motivates us in our jobs, it comes down to something we want to achieve – the next big promotion, a pay raise, or the respect of our peers. But what is really behind those things? What do we truly want to accomplish for ourselves? That promotion may really mean job security for some, or a sense of progress for others. The pay raise? Financial security or savings for..
As often providers think, our solutions are magical, and if people would just take training from us, everything would be okay. While this sounds nice, it couldn't be farther from the truth. While I think my company provides great training, other companies do as well, it begs the question, why do managers still struggle to coach? It comes down to one small detail:
We have a very interesting relationship with work. How often to we hear people say "I have to go to work Monday" as if its a death sentence? What this really means is people are not connected or motivated by what they do.