Updated: May 15
Almost a year ago I wrote my blog post: Are you a people pleaser? And it remains a common topic of conversation.
This week I was invited to the studios of BBC Radio Oxford to talk more about the tell tale signs of being a people pleaser; why people pleasing is not doing you any favours, in fact it may be holding you back in your career and in life; and crucially what we can tangibly do to begin to tackle these long held beliefs and behaviours.
Putting ourselves out there and trying something new is uncomfortable and even scary for all of us, and I am no exception! I was excited and nervous to do this - but when we challenge and stretch oursleves - we develop - we grow.
Have a listen!
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I don’t do hassle, I can’t bear it when people try it with me, so be assured I have no chasing policy if you don’t want to continue with me after that.
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Who do I work with?
I work with individuals, teams and organisations, helping them become more self-aware so that they can appreciate choice and make decisions to change with confidence.
My one-to-one clients have a corporate career which, often, is not currently satisfying them. They often don’t know why, because it used to, or because it looks great on the surface. I help them figure out what’s getting in their way and where they want to go next.
My organisational clients are seeking support via coaching, mentoring and training with leadership development, confidence in business and wellbeing. See some exaample webinars and workshops.
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