The economic aftermath of the current pandemic seems to be upon us with daily news of redundancies affecting so many; whether the risk to our own jobs, those close to us, the anxiety “I might be next” or the leaders having to make difficult decisions and follow these through.
But, through adversity comes opportunity – Spring follows Winter. This may be the chance you’ve been looking for to really explore your future career choices even if the changes have been foisted on you. I have spoken to so many who are recognising that the pandemic has given them pause to think about their lives and particularly their work with questions like, am I living to my true values? Is my work giving me deep understanding? Am I contributing to society? How do I continue to reconnect with nature and the environment? Does my work add meaning to my life? Fundamentally, do I actually want to ‘go back to how things were?”
My systemic approach to coaching looks at you and your work through a wider holistic lens, providing a safe space to explore your true potential within the stakeholder spheres of your needs and values, those close to you, your work colleagues and customers, your local community and the wider global family. I believe we all have a part to play in our work in combating Climate Change – the biggest threat to humanity and biodiversity.
This approach will really help to empower you to feel positive about your future choices and if you want to see how inspiring coaching can be, I can help you release your career potential as part of a balanced and fulfilling life.
If you are interested, please find out more at www.richbeaucoaching.co.uk/home where you will find contact details and more about me including feedback from those I’ve been working with. I am looking forward to hearing from you and am also happy to have a chat about the nature of coaching and how it might work for you. As an added bonus, I offer a free taster session to make sure it’s right for you and that the chemistry works between us.
I genuinely believe that you will find the experience enlightening and I hope, good fun!