Posts tagged Transitions
Business Coaching: about enhancing business performance
Business Mentoring: coaching in a particular aspect of the business eg Finance
Career Coaching: about enhancing career prospects
Life Coaching: about enhancing personal satisfaction in life
Executive Coaching deals with all of the above areas.Typically an executive coach will work to build self-awareness and responsibilty that will lead to sustainable change. More >
Is change affecting you directly either at home or at work?
Do you know where you want to be in 20 years time and would you like to know how to get there?
If so then Enabling Transitions will make it happen.
Transitions are when an individual, team or organisation “move” from one place, state, form or style to another. It could be a career transition, a life transition, culture change or organisational restructure. Transitions are “change”
The world of work and business is changing rapidly at the moment and there seems to be a high level of economic uncertainty. For many people this constant and rapid change can make them feel out of control. This in turn can create distress and stress. If you are a business leader having to manage Change can be equally as difficult and stressful. One way of combating the impact of change is to get in control and if you are a leader help others to understand Change. Here are 10 Quick Tips to boost your ability to cope with Change. More >
Being a technical expert in your field will have got you to a certain level in your business or career, however the more successful you are the more it is necessary to demonstrate a wider portfolio of skills. Often you may find you are doing less of the job you are a technical expert in, and now maybe you are leading a team? Or needing to be more strategic? Or building client relationships, etc. Maybe you want to get to the next level with your business or career but something is holding you back?
The skills required are often referred to as “behavioural” skills. Being aware of your strengths and development needs with these skills will help you progress and become a more “rounded” strategic operator.
We live in uncertain times where budget cuts are impacting on job security. If you are an individual you may feel your job is under threat. If you are a business owner you may be having to restructure and downsize. Change impacts on people in different ways. Some people just pick up the pieces and move on. Some people get in a panic and don’t know what to do. Some people are completely immobilised.
Whether your job is under threat, or you are a business owner coaching / group coaching can help.
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How focused are you on achieving results? Do you even know what you’re trying to achieve and why? Perhaps like me you’re a person who starts each week with an enormous to do list but finds themselves side-tracked on Monday morning? Perhaps you’re a person who has too much to do each week? Here’s some Quick Tips to boost your focus on results. More >
If you’re going through a period of uncertainty either in your career or your life, or thinking of making major changes, it is a good opportunity to identify your values and what is important to you. Identifying and being clear about what is important to you is an important foundation stone in creating a life and career that gives you satisfaction and motivation.
So how do you go about identifying the “values” which are important to you? More >
Whether your job is under threat or you are looking for a new challenge it’s a good idea to spend a little time reviewing your career history to date….looking at roles and companies you have been involved with. This will help you review your experience and know-how so you can summarise what you can offer future companies in a practical way.
Time to Reflect: What have you achieved in your career to date and what practical know-how will future companies be interested in? More >
If you are searching for a new job or want to change your career it is useful to be able to tell people about what your strengths are. If you are able to say to people “I am good at a particular skill and here’s my evidence to back up what I’m saying” they will sit up and listen.
Time to reflect: So what are your strengths and have you got evidence to back them up? Try these exercises to test yourself.
Time to reflect: Where do you see yourself in 20 years time? Are you working towards this right now?
Although this question may seem a little out of reach right now, thinking about where you ultimately want to be may actually help you to decide what you should do in the short term. Have a go at answering the following questions to see how much clarity you have about where you see yourself in 20 years. More >