Updated: Jan 15
As technology advances and our knowledge of systems improves, our effectiveness and resilience ought to increase but paradoxically often the exact opposite occurs.
With information overload and a multitude of demands on our attention, it is not surprising that one can feel frantic and stretched thin.
Bringing resilience into the workplace is virtually impossible if it is not addressed in personal relationships, health and leisure.
Attending to oneself as a person and working towards a value-driven life is key to resilience. The quality of attention given to value-driven actions will provide fulfilment and well-being, even in the midst of hassle and stress.
Coaching helps clients attend to the skills which are important to them; develop a stronger sense of what they value in their lives; and in a manner which offers solutions, providing a real sense of progress.