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    Top 5 tips to overcome ‘New Job’ Blues’

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    Answering a job interview is a daunting task, but for many, the fear does not end there. Even after being hired, the first few days at the new job can bring on depression, isolation and worry. Here are the top 5 tips for you to cope with new job blues and handle these negative feelings correctly, so that you can take a liking to the workplace and the job at the earliest. Read More »

    The Science of Happiness at Work- Masterclass

    Science of Happiness

    The Science of Happiness at Work…….. Workplaces with unhappy staff are slicing a staggering $20 billion off the bottom line of the Australian Economy every year* The Science of Happiness at Work has been developed in the UK and has now finally arrived in Australia, come to this 2 day workshop event to find how to elevate your clients! The Science ... Read More »

    Brisbane Business News -The Science of Happiness at Work

      Download Brisbane News Click on the above article to read the full story! The Science of Happiness at Work was featured in the March edition in Brisbane Business News with a sample client, Kellie Powell Compliance Manager from Super Retail Group. The program was developed in the UK iOpener who are based at Oxford university. Inside Out Training and ... Read More »

    How to Get Happiness at Work

    iOpener-Performance-Happiness-Model

      “Happiness” is a relatively new buzz word that is floating around workplaces, coffee shops and between friends with people often heard to be saying “I’m just not happy”. People are also looking to careers that will make them “happy”, it seems a “job” just doesn’t cut it anymore. This has created new pressures for organisations attempting to retain good ... Read More »

    Finding the red thread of your career

    redthread

    Earlier this month I had a client come to see me, she was very unhappy in her current job as a property manager and had been considering going back into a sales or business development role. I asked her to talk me through her career history as this tells me all the things she likes or doesn’t like doing, and ... Read More »

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