Success Factor coaching is all about the behaviours that make people most successful in work and in life.
Access the coaching only the best employers give to their best people.
Teamwork, Communication Skills, Managing Emotions, Positive Thinking, Motivation, Willingness to Learn and Thinking Skills.
These soft skills are what all employers want and what make you highly employable.
Individual and team
Find out how an individual works with others to form an effective team.
Treat others with respect, even those people you may not like
Learn why adopting this way of thinking, will make you an excellent team member.
Know the outcome for the team
In sport it’s easy – win the game.
In a work team, it may be more complicated.
Rate your performance
Room for Improvement?
We get better at the things we put the most effort in to.
What’s your score?
Model of how great teams work together
Shift through the gears within your work team.
In work, sport and leisure, we must learn and continue to develop good team-working skills. Unfortunately, we aren’t all born to be naturals at it.
Learn how high performing teams operate.
Nature is a complex world, which us humans can learn lots from.
Why do geese fly in a V formation?
It’s all about teamwork.
Stay in credit
Development and effort in to being a good team player will often result in respect and credit from your team.
These credits build up amongst your team members – like putting…
What is communication?
It’s the science and art of giving a message, that others understand.
Know what matters with communication.
Get it right from the very start with the communication skills basics.
What does great communication mean?
Be a clear communicator and try practising with friends.
Say something but mismatch your body language.
A great model of communicating really well
Try our easy-to-learn techniques to be great in conversation.
Build a great reputation by getting communication right.
Getting to say your bit
Use this simple process to say what you want, more of the time.
Want to get your point across in the right way but not succeeding quite as well as you’d like?
Get people to remember what you said
A format for making sure your message gets across.
Do you want people to remember what you tell them?
Find out how to make an impact, in terms of how you share your messages.
Get noticed for all the right reasons
A guide to be more professional in the workplace.
Find out what 4 things employers find appealing in a person.
Ways to remain professional in any drama
Techniques to manage your emotions in difficult situations.
Think about the things that trigger emotions in you.
How to remain professional under pressure
Why does it matter?
Those who manage themselves well, have better relationships with others.
What does being professional look like?
Review, manage, practice emotion.
List the last 4 times you had a situation where you were not happy with the outcome.
Keeping control of your anger
Want to feel less angry and more in control of your anger?
Conquer your temper and be more respected at work.
Practice these simple steps to manage your emotions.
How can you tell truth from imagination when stressed?
When you think you know something, how do you know it? Or, if you just think it?
What is the absolute truth? What we decide has a direct impact on what we do next.
Be concerned with only what you can control
Know what you have the power to change and know when to let an issue go.
Knowing what we can’t control, versus what is in our power to change, can make all the difference to your satisfaction in work.
It’s about taking responsibility for your actions
Do you know how and when to take responsibility for your actions?
It’s important to be able to do this, as it shows maturity and gains trust from others.
Feel happier and much more positive
By raising your levels of endorphins and serotonin, chemicals that naturally occur in your body.
Practice these simple steps, to feel happier and be more positive. You are likely to be well respected, and highly thought of, as a result.
Check the increase in levels of your positivity
Practice these activities, keep a check of your progress to increase your positivity. It’s all about making the strongest impact, which can be as simple as staying positive.
Rational and irrational thoughts
Want to get control of the inner chatter going on in your mind?
Learn to ignore the inner critic. Try some simple techniques to get control of your inner-mind chatter.
Get positive: bit by bit, day by day
Rewire your brains and break the pattern of negativity.
Be more positive and happier in general – and in work.
Break the pattern of negative thoughts and behaviours and be more respected by others.
Make one small change and then another
Feeling overwhelmed when there is too much to do? It’s only natural but there are ways to deal with it.
Start by making one small change, and then another.
Why it’s important
In work, those who are self motivated, get noticed over those who aren’t.
Talent managers look specifically for those with high motivation and a positive attitude.
Self-motivation is hard
The myth is motivation is easy and you just ‘do it’.
Truth is, it is actually hard to stay motivated.
There are techniques, which can help with this.
Must satisfy your basic needs before you can move on
Maslow’s model of motivation apply’s to us all, regardless of our status in life.
A model, which most people can apply to their life and current situation.
Where are you in Maslow’s hierarchy of needs?
Understand what drives us, to help us get going.
Ask yourself these questions…
Want to be more motivated?
Practical techniques to help you make life changes.
What do you want to do differently? What things will make you more satisfied?
Time for the important stuff
‘Be more organised’ we’re told.
If you want to be more organised, let CareerBite show you the first steps.
Habit = Activity = Change
You will now have a plan to make change.
Here’s how to make the change reality.
Get your mojo to get up and go
Stop putting it off! How to get going with something you might be putting off?
Willingness to Learn
Why it’s important
In work, those who have a willingness to learn, get noticed over those who don’t.
Talent managers look specifically for those who keep up to date and see the benefits of learning from failure.
Tips – how to do it
There are three top tips on how you can maintain a willingness to learn.
Show you are the kind of person who wants to learn, and develop, in a job.
Impress the best in work
Action + Practice = Improvement
Be known as someone who understands the importance of continual improvement and a willingness to learn.
Managing to fit it all in
Get a platform to work from.
Tips to get organised and fit in time to learn new things for pleasure and in work.
Must – Should – Could
Thinking skills have value
In work, those who have greater thinking skills, get noticed over those who don’t.
Talent managers look specifically for those who develop their thinking skills and who get stuck in. This leads to greater job satisfaction. You become more motivated when you’re trusted to get on with the job in hand.
Use your initiative and just get stuck in
Show initiative by taking hold of the situation, if required. Avoid waiting for someone in charge if there is a crisis.
First steps to improving your problem-solving skills
Follow these steps to improve your problem-solving skills. Managers may not always be around, so it is good to show initiative – a skill all employers want.
Planning and organising
Why it’s important. Make a plan that works for you.
Failing to plan is planning to fail.
Planning and organising to get a reasonable conclusion
Take a look at the elements for planning and organising. Consider the options that give a reasonable conclusion and show off your thinking skills. Get noticed for all the right reasons.
Ask for feedback, it is valuable for self improvement
Feedback is a gift, even if we don’t like what we hear. It’s valuable if we’re to make a change and achieve our goals for self improvement.
Difference between critical and regular thinking
Know the difference between critical and regular thinking, so you can work smarter, not harder.
Adopt the box clever thinking process
Don’t get stuck in the ‘I Can’t’ box. A space where you feel despair.
Adopt the Box Clever Thinking process to reprogramme your thought process, to make your life easier and more successful.
Move from the ‘I Can’t’ box to the ‘Freedom to Choose’ box, where living in this space provides better options for you, and others.
The first step is to recognise which box you are in, then just keep moving out of them.