One of the building blocks that each of us builds our own happiness is a sense of professional fulfillment. We spend a third of our day at work, and in many cases, we stay there even longer, not only physically but also mentally. We think about our duties, problems, or deadlines even when we close the office door or turn off our business laptop. We bring them home and we cannot separate them from our private life. So if work does not bring us satisfaction, it affects our whole life.
In what situations is it worth considering career coaching?
A career coaching session may be undertaken for a variety of reasons. Some of them are listed below:
in your daily work, you feel stagnant and you have the impression that you are standing still
arriving at the workplace is a source of great stress for you
your work does not give you a sense of satisfaction, it is only a chore
you are not sure that the chosen career path is right for you
you are considering changing your career path
you do not want to change your job, but you have difficulty adjusting to the current situation.
The list is of course not complete - if the problem you are struggling with is not listed there, it doesn't mean that career coaching is not for you. Don't hesitate to seek help and advice.
Career coaching - rules
During the coaching session, we will talk about your situation. If we jointly decide that there is such a need, we will conduct psychometric tests and discuss their results - they will help in assessing your qualifications and potential.
The first session is free. I do not give a specific number of meetings that will be enough to solve your problem. Each situation is individual and requires such an approach.
Also, the duration of a single session is a matter determined within an individual contract. The basic unit is one clock hour, and the cost of such a session is EUR 100+VAT. Meetings are held in the online space with the use of popular messengers.
Career coaching - first tips and hints
If at this stage you do not feel the need to take advantage of career coaching, but there is something that bothers you or you are simply interested in the topic of career development and setting yourself professional goals - we invite you to take advantage of the first tips, inspiration, and hints.
Find a spare moment and read a few texts that help you to look at the topics of professional development, career planning, and "career" in general from very different perspectives.
As Ralph Waldo Emerson has said, "The field cannot be well seen from within the field". So in order to properly analyze and plan such an important topic as career development, it is worth first changing your current perspective and looking more broadly, differently. Only then will you have a chance to see opportunities that you do not see right now. Only then will you have a chance to ask yourself other questions. And how good the answer is, depends on how good the question is.