Depending on how it is approached, change can represent an opportunity or an unwelcome intrusion in our lives as it prompts a modification of our personal and/or professional goals. Feelings of resistance play an integral role in the process, allowing you to consider alternatives that will lead you to take the best decision for your particular circumstances. Showing flexibility, adaptability and proactivity will help you to manage complex situations.
We focus our coaching around three typical inplacement situations in particular:
1 – 100 days to meet the challenges of a promotion or change of position
2 – Motivation: stay responsible and proactive
3 – Revive your professional life after a long absence
100 days to meet the challenges of a promotion or change of position
You have been offered a promotion because your work is appreciated, acknowledged by your colleagues and valued by your supervisors, or you have decided yourself to apply for a new position.
You, therefore, feel the need to strengthen your self-confidence, manage pressure, and adopt a new approach in the face of the key challenges that await you.
The success of your mission lies in your ability to handle a complex situation with numerous critical elements efficiently.
Motivation: stay responsible and proactive
In the professional world, the feeling that your work goes unrecognised, that you are treated unfairly or are unappreciated, has a direct impact on the quality of your work and can provoke considerable stress. Losing motivation is a warning sign that should be addressed immediately.
Staying motivated is the responsibility of each person in the workplace, and a constructive, proactive approach will allow you to regain confidence in your abilities, to overcome obstacles and to maintain self-esteem.
Revive your professional life after a long absence
Returning to work following a lengthy absence such as a sabbatical, maternity leave or sick leave involves a number of stages. To successfully meet the challenges of resuming working patterns, refreshing your knowledge, adapting to organisational and operational changes arising during your absence and progressively reintegrating into working teams, you will experience phases of adaptation, acceptance and progression.
Seeking support to achieve a positive and proactive approach to reintegration will allow you to clarify your employer’s new expectations and to work on the unsatisfactory aspects that seem important to you in order to recover your professional balance.
We offer effective, targeted support with an ICF certified coach or an experienced member of a management team.