Facing Change? Deep dive into your behaviours and craft your vision

The first half of 2020 has been a tumultuous year and that is putting it mildly. If you are surviving or even thriving in your business or your job – well done.  We have all had to deal with change on a massive scale.  In the work that I do – helping busy executives identify the traits that will maximise their potential – this has added new intensity.   We have had time to ponder our lives, to face change, to adapt (or not), to face redundancy and the list goes on.

It is essential when facing change that you are as secure as you can possibly be about your own value system, your drivers, your weaknesses, and your strengths.  For it is those people who thrive or at least survive intact when change at this scale occurs.

So, how can I help you?   I can ensure that you are clear about all of the above. Then you can not only face the ongoing changes that are occurring, but you can perform at your best during these times.

The first step is to take the EBW psychometric assessment.  The EBW psychometric assessment measures you in each of the eight traits listed below:

MOTIVATION

ADAPTABILITY

DECISIVENESS

EMPATHY

SELF-AWARENESS

INFLUENCE

CONSCIENTIOUSNESS.

RESILIENCE.

“EBW Global Emotional Intelligence System meets the psychometric test standards laid down by the British Psychological Society and accepted by most good psychometric test publishers around the world.” From the EBW Global website.

If you want to know what kind of leader, manager, employer, or employee you are, this is an excellent place to start.  The assessment is easy to do and takes no more than twenty minutes.  The rewards include a 90-minute in-depth consultation and full report which will help you understand the areas that require development, the blind spots, and the strengths.  It is equally important to work on the strengths, as that is where you can add real value and gain advantage.

It is important to note that this is just an indicator of where you currently stand. It’s just a starting point.  You will always know yourself better than any assessment.  Once you have had the consultation, there is a ten-week follow-up coaching programme.  This is always tailored to the individual needs of the person, as there is no ‘one size fits all’ when it comes to coaching.

I will look at the results from the psychometric assessment and other information gained during the consultation, and you will have an opportunity to craft a unique vision for your career and your life that you will carry with you forever.

Who is your future self?  Who do you want your future self to be?   I absolutely adore this part of my work, as we get to craft and create the future that you want.   There are tools and strategies that I employ from a wide range of sources, and having had twelve years to hone my experience, I know what works and what doesn’t.  This is not magical thinking.  These are practical steps that you will use every day to fulfil your potential.

If you are part of a team in an organisation, I also offer team development workshops and assessments.  Why not make this the year that you invest in your people?

Check out my website at http://proactivecoaching.ie  and may I suggest you also consider the online course on Empathy which you can find on the Home Page.

I offer a 1 hour free no obligation meeting to discuss your needs.  Get in touch!

Thank you.

“Who in the world am I?  Ah, that’s the great puzzle.”  Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland.

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