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  • Affectionately Known as the HR Bitch

    When a friend referred to me as the ‘HR Bitch’ some years ago I laughed. I would occasionally divulge stories…

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  • My Team Lunch

    One of the challenges of working remotely and continuously being cooped up in the confines of our homes during 2020…

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  • The Powerful Art of Listening

    Wow! Thank you for all who participated in this morning’s motivational session, where we delved into relationships and focused on…

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  • I returned to the office today

    I recognised my need to separate work and home a couple of years ago and had invested in a cabin in the garden.

    When my son returned from university in March, way earlier than expected, he transformed my cabin into an architectural studio, the space became a hub of creativity with models and A1 drawings. The uncertainty of his future at Uni due to COViD meant until he was settled into his 2nd year, I didn’t want to encroach on my garden office.

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  • The HRsource Coaching Experience: A Client’s Perspective

    Claire H sent HRsource this testimonial in August 2020. It offers a super overview of what to expect in coaching sessions, and how Adelaide is able to work with Millennials who want a change of direction.

    “At the beginning of June I was referred to coaching sessions by a friend and was very lucky to be pointed in Adelaide’s direction. During six sessions over several months, Adelaide’s guidance has been crucial in getting me to where I am now – which is a far way from the point I was at when we met! Adelaide’s coaching skills have helped me find clarity, set goals with a clear plan to achieve them and crucially built confidence in myself.

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  • The A – Z of Adelaide…

    …Or perhaps just A!

    During early lockdown, when we were all trying to find the new normal, I joined the many on facebook taking part in random time wasters, for example the ‘10 albums which defined my taste in music’ or asking friends for a word to describe me using the letter A.

    These exercises allowed a certain amount of frivolity, but also gave course to introspection. Whilst I was described as ‘Amazing’, ‘Adorable’, ‘Awesome’, ‘Alluring’, ‘Amicable’ (words which will describe any human) and gratifyingly not angry or antagonistic (which at certain times I’m sure I can be with my family), a few of these adjectives got me thinking. Some friends had found words which I hadn’t considered.

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