Alice was interviewed for the recent issue of Business Reporter on 'The Future of Work'. The article documents her thoughts on how best to manage, motivate, and retain Millennial talent. The interview is on page four of the supplement, which was distributed with The Telegraph today. You can also access the PDF version online here.
Alice was invited to be interviewed by radio presenter and psychologist, Lucy Beresford, for LBC radio. The Sex and Relationships programme focused on the pressure that those hitting the age of 30 feel to 'settle down'.
Alice was the spokesperson for booking.com's recent Gap Year campaign, which saw her interviewed on 15 national radio shows, including talkRadio (with Penny Smith), Touch FM, and BBC Northampton.
Essentials magazine asked Alice for her tips on gaining more confidence in our body shape and highlighting our assets without the need for strict diets and exercise regimes. Check out tip number seven in the attachment (page 69) for the one they choose from Alice.
The Evening Standard (ES) Magazine asked Alice for tips on spring cleaning your life. Whether you want to freshen up your wardrobe, declutter your social life or take out the Tinder trash, they asked the experts how to hit refresh — no Marigolds required!
Alice was interviewed for this online and print article in the Financial Times on the rise of Career Coaches in their 20s/early 30s, known as Millennials. It also discussed the Quarter-Life Crisis, how it feels for those of the same age who come to coaching, and the reasons why they find it so helpful to work with someone of their own age.
Alice was interviewed for News Corp Australia on the pros and cons of self-management/flat workplace structures.
Alice was invited by Nutritionist & Lifestyle Coach, Claire Thornton, to provide tips on overcoming perfectionism, which so often holds us back from getting started at work or with personal projects.
Throughout last week, Alice spoke to the press about research commissioned by Volvic, which identified that we feel at our most confident at the age of 22. However by 25, only three years later, this confidence falls dramatically, leaving us paralysed by a fear of failure and bogged down by our adult responsibilities.
Alice was interviewed by Press Association journalist, Abi Jackson, to discuss motivation tips and how to make sure that you achieve your goals.
Alice spoke to Forbes contributor, Ted Ingham, about the challenges of retaining Generation Y in the workplace. The article covers ways in which organisations can seek to keep hold of their top talent by learning how to understand and meet the needs of Generation Y.
Evening Standard journalist, Alice-Azania Jarvis, contacted Alice to interview her for this prominent piece on the Quarter Life Crisis in this week's ES Magazine. Alice's comments and advice are included alongside those of experts such as Dr Oliver Robinson and Dr Linda Papadopoulos. You can read the full article online here.
Alice was approached by Now Magazine for her advice on tackling 'to-do' lists. You can find this on page 85 of this week's (6th October) edition.
Glamour Magazine asked Alice to comment on the idea that Generation Y are very confident online but struggle face-to-face. You can see Alice's comments and advice on page 80 of November's edition of Glamour.
Alice was interviewed for this article in Forbes by entrepreneurship and Silicon Roundabout journalist, Edmund Ingham. The article summarises the challenges surrounding the Quarter Life Crisis, and how coaching can help you overcome it if you're experiencing such a crisis. You can read the full article here.
This month, Alice coached journalist Lauren Romano of the Fulham Residents' Journal. Lauren wrote up her experience in this month's issue of the magazine.
Alice was recently quoted in Glamour having been approached to share her knowledge of the pressures facing men in their late 20s surrounding marriage.
I was approached by brand-new health and well-being website, welldoing.org, to write a week-long series on the pressures currently facing those in their 20’s and early 30’s, following an article the founder of the site had published in Cosmopolitan Magazine touching on these issues.
Recently, I was asked by the Intergenerational Foundation to write an article for their website exploring the negative reputation Generation Y has in the workplace. This came about as I was talking to them about the corporate workshops I run for managers working with this generation and the negative attitudes they often express concerning young people they work with. The Foundation is dedicated to achieving fairness between the generations and they wanted a piece that tackled the stereotypes people have of those in their 20s and 30s
Last week I was interviewed for an article on the Quarter-Life Crisis to appear online for Tesco Living.
A few weeks ago, I was asked to contribute to an article for Tesco Living on one minute energy boosters. Not all of them were featured, as these things tend to go, so I thought I’d share the whole list with you.
Over the Summer I was approached by Runner’s World to provide my expert opinion on a piece about relationships and running. The individual, JT, outlines his issue first to which I follow with my insights in to what is going on and some tips on how to help the situation move forward. The above photo is the paraphrased advice that was printed in the August edition of the magazine. Enjoy.
I was approached by IDEAL, the online magazine, to write an article about the quarter-life crisis due to the experience I have of coaching individuals in their 20s and early 30s experiencing such a crisis, plus the research I have completed on the crisis.
In this month’s issue (March) of the brilliant Psychologies Magazine, a piece I wrote on ‘How To Worry Less’ is featured. With the word limits on such articles, I thought those worrywarts out there might like to read the full version of the piece.