So here is the scenario. You have spent a number of weeks putting the content together for a webinar to help people feel a little more confident. You want it to be a great learning experience for people – a short escape away for an hour or so from this crazy world that everyone finds themselves in.
I’m a tiny bit nervous but also very excited to be starting my own webinar series.
The past few months have been really hard for lots of people. For others, it has been quite a positive experience. And for others it has been a bit of both. In this blog, I’ll be sharing some really simple coping strategies to help you navigate the changing world.
So, I don’t know about you but when I heard that we will be social distancing for another 3 weeks and then it will be reviewed again, my heart sank even though I know it’s absolutely the right thing to do.
Some years ago I coached a lovely leader who wanted to learn more about himself and how to feel more comfortable in expressing his emotions.
There are times in our lives that lend themselves really well to making a change.
One of the first things a coaching client will tell me is that they need help taking action.
Often, that is actually the last thing they need. They are already knee-deep in action.
The bigger the role, the greater the action – and it’s coming out of their ears!
Taking time out to travel, discover new places and experience new things can give an individual a completely different perspective on what is important to them in their life. It’s a time of self-discovery and reflection and can be hugely beneficial on lots of levels: personally, and professionally. In fact, those people who take a mid-career break often return to work feeling more inspired and not just refreshed but renewed.