- Becoming a Leader
- Asking for a Raise
- Attention to Detail
- Bad Boss
- Be a Better Writer
- Be More Persuasive
- Be More Proactive
- Be More Professional
- Be Natural On Camera
- Be Punctual
- Business Networking Confidence
- Career Change Confidence
- Choosing Careers
- Confidence in Meetings
- Confidence with your Boss
- Confident Delegating
- Crying at Work
- Emotional Job Stress
- Enjoy Paperwork
- Enjoy Your Work
- Find a New Job
- Finish What You Start
- Impromptu Speech
- Improve Typing Speed
- Interview Anxiety
- Job Loss
- Job Search Perseverance
- Making Big Decisions
- Meet Deadlines
- Monday Blues
- Personal Time Management
- Powerful Public Speaking
- Presentation Anxiety (Long Term)
- Project Management Planning
- Public Speaking Fear
- Questions from Hell in Presentations
- Return to Work
- Selling Skills Superstar
- Speak Without Notes
- Starting a New Job
- Team Player
- Telesales Confidence
- Workplace Bullying
Alleviate anxiety about returning to work
Returning to work after being away from the workplace for a while can feel daunting. But why should the thought of returning to work after months or years away be so anxiety-provoking?
Your reason for being out of work for a while may be one of many. You may have been a 'stay-at-home-mom', deciding that raising the kids was the most important thing for you to do. You may have pursued a self-employed career for a while and dread going back to work for someone else. Whatever the reason, fears about returning to work are usually the same.
Can I still cut it in the world of work?
The trouble with being out of work for a while is that you forget just how capable you are. Working every day gives you constant feedback about your skills and abilities, and without that, it is easy to feel a lack of confidence.
We also find that people fear being out of touch with new technology or feel that younger 'whizz kids' will have the edge on them.
Just because it doesn't look like work...
It's vital for you to know that the modern workplace is all about transferable skills. For example, say someone had been ill for many years. To cope with illness you need skills like forbearance, planning around events, self management, communication to others and so forth.
If you have spent years parenting children then you have major communication and negotiation skills not available to younger or childless colleagues. You will be able to manage, direct, influence and persuade. You can manage the expectations and emotions of your child and of yourself and possibly other adults as well.
Anything we don't do for a long time can start to feel alien to us but it really is just a question of getting back into it.
Returning to Work is all about getting you really confident in yourself to return to the workplace with confidence and enthusiasm. It will change self doubt into an appreciation of your strengths and potentials so that going back into the workplace feels easy and comfortable.
Download Returning to Work now and embrace a whole new life.
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Return to Work Confidence
Narrator: Roger Elliott
Download Size: 10.29 MB
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