What does Beyonce, global mega star, have in common with executive coaching, a tool employed by senior professionals the world over? Find out how Beyonce’s focus on goals is critical to her success.
“It is curious how we find it easier to show kindness to others and yet so hard to treat ourselves in the same way.” In this blog post Damion Wonfor, coach and founder of Catalyst14, looks at self-compassion as an important way of building resilience, and shares an audio exercise to help you practice it.
What is Imposter Syndrome? How can you tell if you have it? And, what can you do about it? How do coaches work in this space? The Tall Wall’s Helen Cowan discusses these questions and more with fellow coach Veronica Azua in a webinar chaired by Catalyst14 founder Damion Wonfor.
How much do you really know about the menopause and are you prepared for it? What can women do to better manage the (often long) transition to menopause and beyond? Is this an issue for employers to be aware of? Guest blogger, Caroline Shore, talks about her experience and shares some tips to help you be at your best physically and and psychologically through this often unspoken about but entirely normal health issue.
When was the last time you blatantly promoted what you do and how well you do it to someone who matters in your organisation? Take a look at this eloquent example of self-promotion and find out why exposure is the most important factor in career progression.
Becoming a parent for the first or subsequent times is a life-changing event – and for many people the biggest event to impact their careers. Having coached many professional parents through the journey before, during and after parental leave our coaches at The Tall Wall Limited understand what you can do to ensure that the transition out of and back to work is as successful and positive as possible.
Often at the start of a new role we don’t truly know what we are getting ourselves into, but trust that the fog will lift and we will find our way through in time without too many bumps. But what do you really need to know to ensure this success? What is being left unsaid that is likely to have a significant impact on your ability to deliver?
Giving 100% at work and 100% at home is a mathematical impossibility. Maternity leave offers a rare and wonderful chance to reset how you work.
After nearly 18 years in a well paid job I really enjoy at a brilliant firm with people I consider friends I have resigned. For me, and I guess for most people, this constitutes taking a BIG risk.
Are you new to your job or your company? Have you just been promoted or given a major new project? If so then I bet you are secretly waiting to be "found out"....