David Wray

BoundariesCommunicationConfidenceEngaged EmployeesLeadershipmindfulnessPurposeSuccess

What is boundary setting, is it simply saying no? Boundary setting, at its most basic, is a process through which we each set necessary limits for ourselves, and others, to protect our wellbeing. Boundaries are a clear and unambiguous signal… Continue Reading…

ConfidenceCourageLeadershipmindfulnessOpportunitiesOvercome ChallengesPayoffSkills

How and why is self-confidence particularly fragile lately? We don’t need to look very far to understand why self-confidence has taken a battering for many over the last 18 months. We’ve dealt with lockdowns, quarantines, self-isolation (for some), and a… Continue Reading…

AdaptingCommunicationDignityempathyFeedbackOvercome ChallengesSocial Acceptance

What is a workplace pet peeve? A workplace pet peeve, often the source of employee complaints, are the little or big things that annoy, aggravate, and hinder you from doing your job as well as you otherwise would. This is… Continue Reading…

AdaptingCommunicationDifficult PeopleEffective TeamsGroup Meeting DynamicsLeadership

Encountering meeting vampires… Picture this: In what may seem like a lifetime ago now, you walk into just another business meeting room. The topic could be anything from strategic planning to calibrating performance ratings. Inevitably the meeting starts well, niceties… Continue Reading…

OpportunitiesSelf-ReflectionSkillsThrivingWellbeing

Setting the Stage Self-confidence is premised on the belief that confidence is a skill that develops with practice. A concept illustrated by C.S Lewis: “Very often the only way to get a quality in reality is to start behaving as… Continue Reading…

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