Spring is time to reconnect with what is important to you

Author:   |   Date: 05/09/2018   |   Categories: Balancing work and life, Career Development, Coaching, Decision Making, Intuition, Making change, Mindfulness, Strategic Planning

One of the things I love most about my work is the variety of projects that I partner with diverse clients on. Here are a few of my favourite engagements over the past month:

  • Staff development workshops with newly formed team at major performing arts company
  • Bringing some light to the "elephants in the room" by facilitating discussions on risk management and financial planning with smaller arts and community organisations
  • One-to-one coaching with emerging leaders in brand-name commercial companies, developing strength-based strategies for career advancement. 

Spring is a wonderful time of the year to reconnect with what is most important to you, and make a start on what it is you want to create or change in your life.  It is also a great time to review what may be working or not working in your life.

Working one-on-one with a qualified coach may be the most effective way for you to “rearrange the furniture” in your mind, so you can create what you truly want in life.

Today, we are participating in the world of work in new and exciting ways. Yet many of us feel uncertain or overwhelmed by the many roles we play in society. Finding balance is elusive, yet a foundation for a thriving and flourishing life.

At Albany Lane our coaching is founded on the values of compassion and courage: we will support you and challenge you to find an authentic way of being, especially in the world of work.

Unlike other coaching programs, Albany Lane does not tell you what to do or how to do it.

Working in partnership, we identify your dreams and goals, see where you are stuck, and work together to uncover new resources to get you moving forward.

Change does not always work in the way we expected.  Sometimes you need to clear out some habits or beliefs that are holding you back. Sometimes you need longer to integrate what you have discovered, before you are ready to move on. We might get a long way down a path, and then need to pause for a while to see what is the next step.

Therefore Albany Lane’s coaching is as flexible as possible, whilst still holding a framework for your commitment to change.

So if you are interested in coaching as a way to support you in your life and work, and wanted to work with Albany Lane this year, please get in touch about new packages, including a one-off vision setting workshop to inspire you to change. 


If you would like to discuss coaching options with Albany Lane, please send an enquiry.

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