"There is no such thing as talent. There is pressure." - Alfred Adler
How are you responding to the pressure in your working life?
Whatever you do for a living, your job is more than just a job. Work is a reflection of our identity and helps us find our place and purpose in society. From stay-at-home-parent to small business owner to Fortune 500 executive, work is a reflection of our creativity and desire to be useful to others. (And you thought it had to do with the paycheck!)
If you are unhappy at your job, have been passed over for promotion, or are experiencing problems at work, executive coaching may be the resource you need. Coaching is an active process of brainstorming, goal-setting and accountability in which you are in the driver's seat and I help you down your own path to success.
Here are a few of the issues I work with in Executive & Professional Coaching. There are many more, so if you don't see your concern listed, please do contact me for a free consultation to see if I can be helpful to you.
- - Resume Building/Job Seeking
- - Career Change
- - Career Stagnation
- - Poor Job Satisfaction
- - Interpersonal Conflicts
- - Management Skills (especially Management Skills for Women)
- - Feeling Overwhelmed by Responsibilities
- - Stress Management
- - Work/Life Balance
- - Being Passed Over for Promotion
- - Communication Skills
- - Workplace Etiquette
- - Identifying and Working with Company Culture
- - General Professional Development
- - Bouncing Back from Negative Evaluations/Improvement Plans
- - Much, Much More...
You don't need to be an 'executive' to take advantage of the benefits professional coaching. I have worked with frontline supervisors, sole proprietors, middle managers, and 'worker bees' alike. All you need is a commitment to improve the results you're getting from your working life. Whatever that means to you is important to me.
Management Skills for Women. While I work with both men and women in a variety of roles, I have a particular interest and speciality in helping women conquer the special challenges we face in our professional lives. From assertiveness in meetings to water cooler conversation, women experience the working world differently from men. Our differences can be both our biggest asset and our biggest hindrance. I love helping women become more aware of the role gender plays in their workplace interactions and empowering them to leverage individual and gender-specific qualities into effective leadership.