Interesting news this week that the RAF have found coaching to be an important tool in developing the performance of its pilots.
Why interesting? Well, while I'm guessing that few of our growing number of blog readers are planning on a career at the controls of a jet (please let me know if I'm wrong!), there's a message in the RAF's findings for all of us.
Traditionally focussed on a very technical, error-eradication model of training, the RAF, has found that it needs something more to get the best out its people. In their words:
Career confidence is an interesting area, different to social confidence, it can take years to develop and can evaporate quickly if we experience a break in our career, a stressful work event or an unsupportive manager. However CareerTree has identified the following tips to develop and maintain your career confidence. They do require some effort and practice to be effective!