Rebecca Hartnell, Career Coach, Bristol

Hold The Line

Sustainable change requires a rigorous attitude. What I am noticing is that whilst it is can be easy to put a boundary in place in a professional environment, and sustain it, It is sometimes easier to abandon such a boundary in our personal lives. Because we care, because we want to believe the best of […]

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Rebecca Hartnell, Career Coach, Bristol

Let’s Skip to the Good Bit!

Spending time with fellow coaches is really nourishing for me, both as a coach and as a human. I don’t meet with these colleagues in order to exclusively discuss techniques or my business, but, because we are inevitably as curious about the human condition we inevitably stray into the territory of exploring the intricacies of coaching […]

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Rebecca Hartnell, Career Coach, Bristol

What’s Your Preference?

Over and over with clients, I encounter their belief, that they are the only ones who struggle with accepting and assimilating their personality types. Using Eric Berne’s Process Model it is easy to visually self-diagnose your preferred way of being. Finding your place on the axis between introvert and extrovert, active and ‘passive’ (by which […]

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Rebecca Hartnell, Career Coach, Bristol

What’s your guilty little secret?

Sustainability, be it personal or professional, always involves nourishment. Women are not great at meeting their own needs before those of others. Women who juggle professional pressures alongside kids or the needs of elderly parents in their personal worlds, are particularly bad at squashing self care into the mix. Frankly speaking this leads to burnout. […]

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