2 Steps for a Career Change

by Michael Deane – https://www.qeedle.com Spruce Up Your Resume Even though relevant experience is beneficial, you can highlight initiatives and successes to help you change your career. Many employers are more than happy to invest in a job applicant purely based on their transferable skills. Managers really treasure transferable skills, so you will give yourself […]

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2 Tips for a Successful Career Change

by Michael Deane – https://www.qeedle.com Believe That It Can Happen You’ve completed the first step and found the next thing you want to do in life, and you still may be having some doubts. Convincing ourselves that we can do this next task is one of the biggest challenges of making a career change. The […]

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Changing Careers

by Michael Deane https://www.qeedle.com You studied to become, let’s say, a geologist, then after 10 years of studying earth processes for engineering firms, your job isn’t doing it for you anymore. You’re thinking of changing your career and attempting your hand at marketing. Such a 180° change seems intimidating, so you may be questioning yourself. […]

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5 Ways Automation is Changing Manufacturing Today

  The trend towards automation is progressing all the time. With the advent of COVID-19 creating employment concerns amid a changing workforce, the role of automation in manufacturing has taken on new meaning. Now, robotics looks to automate processes for the increased safety and productivity of the modern factory. There are many ways that automation […]

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Technology in Coaching is a Blessing

By: Paul Kawkabany – https://www.instagram.com/psy_aul/ As a coach, do you lack direct communication with your customers without having to sit behind the screen or listen on the phone? What do you miss the most in your face-to-face meetings? How has technology helped you recently in building a healthy coaching relationship? A lot of questions that […]

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Enhancing Growth Through the Stories We Tell

Nicole was on the fast track. Her role as a marketing vice president at a global medical device company required her to be adept at cross-functional relationship building. Her manager arranged for her to participate in a six-month coaching engagement to improve this skill, a necessity for senior leadership roles. She found coaching to be […]

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The Power of NOW

Paul Kawkabany – https://www.instagram.com/psy_aul/ How many of us have heard “The Power of Now” recited? How many of us have read a book or article or even watched a video related to “The Power of Now” specifically? I personally have learned about the power of now in my life and in courses within my academic […]

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5 Reasons Why You Need to Stick with Lean Manufacturing Principles

  There are a host of different philosophies that business owners adopt to effectively manage their organizations. One of the most successful and widely utilized in the manufacturing sector is just-in-time inventory. Although not exclusive to manufacturers, lean manufacturing — as it’s more commonly known — is designed to improve process efficiencies by minimizing waste […]

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Coaching in the Forthcoming Global Mental Health Pandemic

COVID-19 has Changed Coaching In the weeks leading up to the UK’s coronavirus lockdown, I was feeling incredibly anxious, unusually tense and to be honest, frightened. I knew my mental well-being wasn’t great and yet acknowledging this was difficult. Luckily for me, these emotions were short lived, and I quickly bounced back into a more […]

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