As an executive, chances are mentors and others have coached you in your life.
This ability to be coachable, and to respond to feedback by integrating it into your personal and professional life, puts you in a position to realize quick and effective change. But, since rising to your current position, you may be having difficulty finding someone to open up to about areas of struggle or concern. At Dynamic Transitions, we know how beneficial an experienced executive career coach can be. A coach can help you increase resilience where you need it without sacrificing any of the qualities that make you who you are.
In addition to work challenges, you may be experiencing guilt over your inability to be present for your partner and family.
It can be difficult to slow down and connect on an emotional level when you are so used to fast-paced, actionable items and the sense of achievement you get at work. At Dynamic Transitions, we understand how challenging it can be to manage both work and family duties, and still find time to take care of yourself. Your executive career coach can help you learn to take a break from the pressures and stresses you are facing through mindfulness exercises like meditation and breathing techniques.