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As part of Learning at Work Week 2024, I wanted to share my personal story of learning and how for me that started with learning about myself, what motivated me, and how I liked to work which was the key piece of the puzzle when thinking about retraining and a career...
Running a business can be challenging at the best of times but throw in a global pandemic, a new baby and four house moves and its literally unchartered territory. Despite that though, Hustle House is celebrating its fourth birthday and one of their Associates,...
We’re trying to cling to summer for as long as we can, aren’t we? Still, with the weather feeling more autumnal than ever, we decided to move our minds to September. At Hustle House HQ, we’ve found that for many people, September brings a...
The “Great Man” theory emerged as a prominent idea in leadership and psychology in the 1800s. Leaders were seen as heroic figures with exceptional intelligence, courage, charisma, and vision. These traits were thought to be ingrained in their personality...
We share the secret sauce. Cast your mind back to the age old question – ‘what do you want to be when you grow up?’ You probably got answers like a teacher, a lawyer or even maybe an astronaut. You rarely get the answer – I want to be a manager. No one...
In today’s fast-paced corporate world, the importance of employee well-being cannot be overstated. Acknowledging and addressing the holistic needs of your team members not only boosts their overall happiness and job satisfaction but also contributes to increased...
Every year, June becomes the month when a lot of organisations change their logo to be rainbow-coloured, fly the flag literally for LGBTQ+ employees and talk about the importance of inclusivity all over their social media. You get the sense that for some this is...
We do better when we do things together. Even the most die-hard introverts amongst us would probably acknowledge that in certain contexts, collaboration is an inherently useful and sensible approach to take. Yet so often we find it challenging to do. We start thinking...
So the presentation went well: you had the attention of the room and there were plenty of encouraging nods and smiles. There were even some great questions and you managed to be witty as well as smart in your answers. As you left the meeting you felt good. Maybe you...
The last 12 months have felt at times both excruciatingly slow and all at once too fast, with everything changing and yet, in the depths of each lockdown, nothing changing. Despite these months being relentless they’ve allowed time for reflection and during February...
In my forty-odd years of life so far I have experienced coaching, mentoring, meditation, therapy, reiki, reflexology, yoga and counselling, not to mention countless days and evenings talking through the ups and downs of my life with family and friends over a drink....
2020 has been one big learning curve. It’s forced us to consider our resilience, adaptability and ability to truly connect. It’s shown us that quite often the most important lessons we have are not the ones taught in classrooms or lecture halls but the ones we...