Author Archives: Nancy Slessenger

Does Your Memory Get Worse As You Get Older?

Probably the biggest question that people should ask but don’t is: Why does my memory get worse as I get older? The answer is that there is no reason for your memory to get worse. It happens because you let … Continue reading

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Self Esteem Improvement Case Study

I got a call from a manager I’d worked with many times. He was worried about his secretary. She was not happy and he was worried about her. She was convinced she was useless. As it happened, he regarded her … Continue reading

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Tips On Dealing With Bullying – 1

How To Recognise Bullying At An Early Stage The sooner you can spot the behaviour the better, because then you can be ready to deal with it. So watch out for: People who ignore the needs of others People who … Continue reading

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Biggest Memory Problems

The Biggest Problems With MemoryPeople often complain to me that they have trouble remembering things, yet when I ask them what they have done to improve their memory, the answer is usually “Nothing”. How do you expect your memory to … Continue reading

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Motivating the Unmotivated: A Case Study

I was asked to work with a client who was seriously depressed. You could tell how bad it was just by looking at him. His features were downcast, his shoulders were slumped. He sighed. There was no energy in him … Continue reading

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Great Interview Failures

Over the years I have helped many clients to recruit staff. People do drop real clangers in interviews. You may have done it yourself. Here are a few of my favourites from my own experience so you can make sure … Continue reading

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Three Key Tips For Motivation

Objective Have a really clear objective – SMART objectives or SMART goals – identify what it is you need to achieve. People often focus on what they are going to spend their time doing, rather than what they need to … Continue reading

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Answering Difficult Interview Questions

One of the biggest problems people I train on being interviewed ask me about is how to answer some of the really difficult questions in interviews. So here’s what to do if you are asked any of these questions. Why … Continue reading

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