Balance and boundaries.
Today many of us struggle with feeling overwhelmed and over-extended, and we feel that every day is a ‘race against the clock’. We are constantly playing ‘catch-up’ with the whirlwind of commitments. Read our tips on maintaining balance and boundaries.
January is often thought of as the most depressing month of the year, variables such as weather conditions, debt, the end of Christmas, failed New Years’ resolutions, going back to work and low motivation levels all contribute to depression. It is inarguable that this time of year can leave the...
More Than Half of All Professionals Feel Worn Out By Their Work - read more about our burnout research as reviewed here by Marginalia
We all hope for a magical Christmas. And it is supposed to be the most wonderful time, but for many of us, it can be the most overwhelming. Let’s think about the run up to Christmas. It’s managing competing diary entries – racing from school Christingle services to work functions....
Karen Rubin contributes to this Bright Horizons blog article by Lisa Oppenheimer which explores why nobody seems to believe women want to return to work. Read more of the full blog .
It is said that most people join organisations, but leave bosses. Read more as Rob Bravo, Director of Wellbeing at Talking Talent, suggests how to change this.
The impossible conundrum facing new dads everywhere: how to be a good father and keep your career going26th October 2017
Read the shout out to Talking Talent from DaddiLife's Han-Son Lee in a podcast for The Mirror.
LCP has engaged award-winning coaching consultancy Talking Talent to help its staff and partners as they prepare for parental leave and to empower managers as they support individuals through the parent transition. The Working Parents Coaching covers the four stages of parental transition: before the child’s arrival; preparing to return...
We're proud to be to be supporting new and expectant parents at A&L Goodbody. Read more here about the three Irish firms championing gender diversity.
In a competitive workplace, it can make sense to identify a coaching niche. But are there also times when it pays to be a generalist? Rebecca Hourston, Talking Talent's MD and Head of Coaching Programmes contributes to this article in Coaching Today, as they talk to leading coaches to get...
Many people feel a sense of overwhelming dread at the thought of addressing a large audience, but preparation and breathing techniques can help calm nerves. Read Rebecca Hourston's tips, from The Guardian's webchat on public speaking.