If you answered yes to any of these questions, you have found the right person
to cast a light onto your professional and personal road to success.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
A recent article by Gartner noted how the workplace has changed and will continue to change in the next 10 years. Middle management will have different responsibilities than they do today, more focus will be on the skillset of a leader, their ability to be creative, to learn and adapt. It also highlighted the impact remote work will have on employees and building relationships in the workplace that can lead to issues of disengagement and loneliness.
This information is coming after a tough 3 years of change, burn out, and fatigue in the work place. With more change on the horizon, leaders need to look for more reliable ways to handle volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity.
A coach helps provide a different perspective, assists with the removal of limitations, and supports with the setting of forward action towards a viable future state. Coaching sets the stage for improvements in overall satisfaction, business culture, relationships, teamwork, and retention which all lead to a better mindset, a better workplace, and a better life for those who want to move from barely surviving to thriving and are willing to do the work.