A number of my clients like their job, but want to find deeper meaning in their work However, I see a lot people in my career and executive coaching practice that want to transition to something that is more satisfying.
Transforming your work and life involves discovering your identity, purpose and deepest-heldvalues.
It takes a lot of hard work and self exploration.
Gaining self-insight into what you are meant to be doing takes a lot of courage and commitment.
In an over thirty year career, I have developed a very powerful process to help people discover true meaning at work It may mean finding new and creative ways to rekindle your commitment at your current work Alternatively, it may require taking a completely different path.
Are you doing work that you love? Maybe you were destined to go on a different journey.
People working at all levels are seeking to find true meaning in what they do.
There is a struggle to find what engages one at work at the deepest level.
The nature of work is changing in our world today.
Job security is gone.
The rapidly changing world of work causes many of us to ask ourselves questions such as, What is the true meaning or purpose in my work? Here are four critical questions that are worth asking: 1.
What is my purpose at this workplace? 2.
How can I bring more meaning to my work? 3.
Is this job aligned with my purpose? 4.
Are my values in aligned with the values of this organization? Working with a seasoned executive coach trained in emotional intelligence and incorporating leadership assessments such as the BarOn EQ-i and CPI 260 can help you become a purpose driven leader.
You can become a leader who models emotional intelligence and social intelligence, and who inspires people to become happily engaged with the strategy and vision of the company.