Being able to address professional teaching standards is an essential skill in preparing Teacher Statements and Key Selection Criteria. So why do so few get it right?
Is the real reason to work as simple as providing a metaphorical or literal roof over our heads? Or are there more compelling factors that motivate us in the workplace? Is a salary the only reason to work? The truth is, there are many factors that drive us out into the world – some you may find surprising.
Getting negative feedback at work can be tough. In our last blog, we looked at some initial ways to help you understand the reasons behind negative feedback and how they help you become a more effective employee. In this week’s blog, we will give you more tools to overcome what can be an emotional time in your career.
Getting negative feedback at work can be tough. It can be hard to recover from a less than glowing performance review, especially one that you did not see coming. You might feel angry, embarrassed, and confused. How do you regain your professional confidence? And how do you turn negative feedback into a positive step?
- Knowing How to Address Professional Teaching Standards May 10, 2021
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- How to be More Assertive at Work – Part Two April 26, 2021
- How to be More Assertive at Work – Part One April 19, 2021
- Cluttered Desk, Cluttered Mind? April 12, 2021
- Is it Just About the Salary? April 5, 2021
- How to Turn Negative Feedback into a Positive Step – Part Two March 29, 2021
- How to Turn Negative Feedback into a Positive Step – Part One March 22, 2021
- Growing Your Career – Even During a Pandemic March 15, 2021
- How to Change Career and Find the Perfect Job March 8, 2021
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