Auntie Blogs

Saying “No” without regret – Step by step

Saying “No” without regret – Step by step

During my work with Auntie clients, one topic is coming up regularly: the need to set clear boundaries. There is the leader, who has difficulties delegating work or the employee, who is constantly agreeing to more overtime, additional work, or unrealistic deadlines....

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How to work with difficult colleagues

How to work with difficult colleagues

As in all areas of life where we spend a lot of time with other people, we sometimes encounter people we feel that we cannot get along with. This is completely normal. The more time we spend with people, the more likely we are to notice behaviours that we don’t like....

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Brain well-being

Brain well-being

How can we support our brains at work? Our bodies are not the only thing we use while working, both our brains and our minds are key tools that play a central role. Taking care of our brains is becoming increasingly important in today’s work life, and even more so as...

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Lead yourself and manage your well-being at work

Lead yourself and manage your well-being at work

Self-management is a skill that is worth practicing. What is self-management and why should you do it? You may think it’s just about surviving the day’s work on schedule. But maybe it would be good to stop and think about the bigger picture. Why are you doing your...

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The invisible remote worker

The invisible remote worker

In the story of Tove Jansson's “Invisible Child”, Too-ticky brings a girl to the Moomin House, Ninny, who has become invisible. We easily take it for granted that we are socially visible to at least some of our fellow human beings. The story of the invisible child...

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