I believe that most people impute at least some portion of their self-worth to their paid work. How we are able to do our jobs, how we are treated, whether or not we are happy at work all contribute to our emotional well-being, which has a spillover effect into our personal lives and families. In most organizations, the pathways to promotion often include taking on the role of people manager, however many companies do not offer the training, resources or support necessary to set a new manager up for success. Feelings of failure result and self-worth takes a hit. Through my work as a leadership development coach, I help individual contributors and leaders re-discover their worth and develop the skills necessary to contribute positively to the culture of their companies. I take particular interest in how I can help first-time mangers and emerging leaders develop the leadership skills and intelligences so critical to success in modern workplaces. By asking powerful questions that aid self-discovery of goals and values, I help my clients define and develop their leadership brand - regardless of what it says on their business card - and create a personal pathway to success on their own terms.
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