If you are facing challenges in your working life or want to improve your success and satisfaction at work then executive coaching or work issues counselling can help.
Worries and anxieties involving work are common, many people suffer from concerns about job and income security. Work and career issues can become unsettling and even disruptive to daily life. It maybe you are struggling with identifying what it is that you enjoy about your career, perhaps you are suffering from low confidence, the so called ‘Impostor Syndrome’, any disruptions can cause uneasiness, anxiety, and even fear about work and the future. Executive coaching or career issues counselling can help.
Whether you are managing change, handling a difficult work relationship, running your own business or starting a new career, then executive coaching can help you to develop specific skills or overcome problems and difficulties and maximise your effectiveness.
Work Life Issues Counselling
Work issues or challenges related to your career or professional life can impact on you emotionally causing work related stress and overwhelm, career issues counselling can help you to look objectively at the issues and find more positive ways to manage the challenges of your working or professional life.
With executive coaching and work life issues counselling you can talk through problems and difficulties in your professional working life and increase your success and satisfaction.
Areas Executive Coaching & Work Life Issues Counselling can help with
Executive Coaching or Counselling can help with some of these issues we are frequently consulted on that can affect work and professional life.
- Anger management issues
- Assertiveness skills & setting boundaries
- Bullying or harassment in the workplace
- Communication skills & techniques
- Conflict at work
- Coping with difficult personalities
- Diversity & equality issues
- High-stress levels & overwhelm
- Job dissatisfaction, feeling stuck, lack of direction
- Lack of confidence and feeling like an impostor
- Public speaking and managing nerves
- Retirement & loosing your purpose
- Unhealthy work/life balance
Who is Executive Coaching for?
Although the term ‘executive’ suggests that it is only offered to the top or elite in the workforce, in reality anyone who wants to develop their ‘professional’ working skills can benefit. Executive coaching focuses more on developing skills with an end goal in mind such as ‘being more assertive’, ‘developing better time management’, ‘improving communication styles’, ‘how to approach public speaking’, ‘managing teams’. Clients can be at any point in their career and at any level in the organisation, directors, senior managers, entrepreneurs, junior managers, supervisors or members of a team.
Who is Counselling for work related issues for?
Just as you can hit a turbulent patch in your personal life, this can also happen in your work life. Counselling for work related issues tend to focus on the ’emotional’ challenges that you can encounter in your career or professional life. Challenges can be anything from ‘managing your stress or anxiety in your work’, ‘handling your rising frustration and feelings of anger’, ‘coping with being bullied or harassed by a work colleague, manager or even a team’, ‘lacking in confidence, that you will be ‘found out’ the so called ‘Impostor Syndrome’, ‘coping with the threat or actual redundancy’ … the list goes on. Clients can be from any level of an organisation and at any stage in their working life.
Work Coaching & Counselling, how to find the right person to work with
Research shows again and again that the effectiveness of the therapy or counselling is affected by the relationship you have with your therapist or counsellor. It is therefore important that you find someone who you feel comfortable with and who you can build a trusting relationship with.
Executive Coaching & Work Issues Counselling in London
To find a counsellor for help with your career skills or a challenge you are facing in your working life take a look at the profiles of our Central London Therapists at City Therapy Rooms, each profile is written by the therapist and gives you more information about how they work and their availability.
Please feel free to chat on the telephone to a few therapists or to meet several before deciding who you would like to work with. The initial session is an opportunity for both you and the therapist to decide if you would like to work together.