Edited by Jill Wright,
Are you doing work you want / like to do?
Doubt you can succeed?
Dangling in the transition from one career, family or social stage to another?
Have too many balls in the air at once – children, workplace conflict, losing touch with friends, health issues…?
All of the above at once?
I specialise in dilemmas of development. In the end it goes back to the basics: learning to know and listen to your needs better, appreciating your small steps in the direction you want and bringing your family and colleagues along with you. Some of the skills and processes for engaging your futures may be:
Needs and Wants: a framework for self-exploration
Mood trigger tracking: learning a fine touch for behaviour change
Career builder: using your experience as a source of skills and interests
Creating shared agendas: the local, interpersonal politics of life
Power and Influence in Interviewing: reaching out into life
These can be applied in that order, or as comes up naturally in discussion. Wherever you start you are likely to travel all the pathways to some degree.