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TINY is the new BIG– when it comes to goals.

NOTE: This is a repost of an article published earlier on my blog and at the Globe and Mail. Worth a revisit. — Tiny is now the new big — when it comes to goals.  Are your goals small enough to make a big enough difference? Recently, I’ve been talking a lot about goals — with […]

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Got Goals? Fuel Up – Career, Leadership, Life!

Goals…I love a good, shiny goal. When it’s the ‘right goal’, it boosts my spirits, gives me a renewed sense of purpose – and totally energizes me. I talk about goals a lot; with my career coaching and leadership coaching clients and in a variety of other contexts. For instance, earlier this month, I presented […]

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How to Stay Grounded Amidst the Chaos of Covid 19

A Series to Help You Navigate Leadership, Work, Life in today’s climate of chaotic disruption and unknowns – aka, Covid 19. TODAY’S TOPIC: If you’ve never worked from home… (Pixabay) In a world that keeps changing it’s hard to imagine we haven’t yet seen it all. Just when you think you’ve got your arms around […]

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Ten Common Career Limiting Mistakes

NOTE: a version of this article has also been published at Huffington Post (Canadian and South African versions). Here’s the Huff Post SA story and a slightly shorter version at HuffPost Canada. I see a lot of people at various stages in their career: some at crossroads; some in difficult times; and others simply planning ahead. Many […]

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Six Ways to Beat the Back to September Blues

If you have been with me for some time you know I’ve written many articles offering tips on how to deal with the ‘back to work blues’ – after a holiday; at the end of summer; or the beginning of the new year. This post draws is from the archives — thought I’d repost again….enjoy! […]

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7 Questions to Spring You Forward

REPOSTING FROM THE ARCHIVES. Note: an edited version of this post has been published by the Globe and Mail. Check it out here! A couple weeks ago I put away my winter jacket only to pull it out again a day later. Errgh and brrghh. This has been the winter that never ends and I […]

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August is like Sunday…

***UPDATE*** This article was originally posted in 2014. It’s worth a replay! Also see my article adapted from this blog post on Huffington Post: Six Ways to Beat the Back to September Blues. —- It’s early days in August and we still have time left in the summer. But September is lurking around the corner….beckoning, […]

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11 Ways to Bring The Best of You Forward into 2016

NOTE: This article is now also published at the Huffington Post. It’s a shiny new year. Welcome aboard! Before we get swept into the swirl of busy (oh, are you there already?), let’s think about how to keep the ‘shine’ on for the weeks/months/year ahead.  I’ll be asking you to reflect on your year past this […]

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In the News (media coverage)

The following news features have either included quotes/interviews with Eileen Chadnick — or have been authored by her. Enjoy and check back again soon for more! CPA Magazine: Bringing Your Pet to Work? Good, Bad, Nitty Gritty Globe and Mail: Advice for a mid-career Pivot CBC Radio: Spring Cleaning for Your Career — 3 min interview […]

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Leaders – Are Your People Overwhelmed?

***Want to see the video version of this blog article? See it here!*** As a leader, how would you handle this situation? A manager writes to the Globe and Mail’s Career “nine to five” column: A direct report frequently displays strong emotions in the workplace. Notably, they frequently tear-up; are seen crying in the hallway. […]

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