Burnout Buster Coaching Session
Are you spinning 142 plates at a time, just waiting for something to come crashing down? Everyone wants a piece of you - clients, bosses, teams - and of course everything going on at home with the family.
It is exhausting.
Just doing your best to get through each day. Trying to keep yourself and your loved ones safe, while still functioning at work.
All this without burning out and crashing into some kind of wall.
But there is a different way. A way to put down some of those plates and at the very least, get back some control and headspace so you can think straight again.
What would that look like for you?
I can help you figure that out with my Burnout Buster Coaching session, a 60 minute coaching call to identify at least one strategy to start to get things off your plate and help you breathe again.
We then follow up within a month to check in, and see how things are going and see what we can adjust to relieve even more pressure.
Let go of telepathy as a management technique
What if you could just start over, and create a better relationship with your team?
What if you could take a step back and spend some time working on strategies to improve the working relationship with your team, and identify small changes that could lead to big improvements? Imagine if you stopped expecting them to be telepathic, and found a better way to express what you need from them? Imagine if you learn again to respect them for what they can bring to the table and open up a two-way flow of thoughts and ideas.
You create new habits of delegating work, and a brand-new dialogue with your team. You clear the air and start working in partnership – they can see the big picture of where this work fits into things, and what you need to be able to take decisions.
You stop being such a control freak and you start again to trust the autonomy of your team. You reduce the turnaround time to review work they have done, and you boost their confidence as they see you believe in their work. All in all, there is a lot less to-ing and fro-ing with them with numerous drafts and reviews. You free up time for yourself to get on with business development, or studying, or working on other projects you can enjoy so much more. You all go home earlier, and finally get some of your life back.
By the end of our time working together, you will have:
- A deeper insight into how you make decisions, and how you need to be managed by your team, so that you can communicate that clearly to them;
- A clear checklist of points to discuss with your team when you delegate work so that you can express clearly what you need, and where this work fits into the bigger picture;
- A cheat sheet of guiding principles for the work with your team, so that you co-create mutually acceptable game rules for the team to work with; and
- A tangible strategy to adapt your communication style to the team to make sure that the message you want to convey does come across to them, and to ensure that there is no miscommunication
Work out what the hell your boss wants!
Imagine if you stepped back now and spent some time looking at things from your boss’s perspective, proactively worked on strategies to improve your working relationship, and identified small changes that could lead to big improvements.
Imagine if once and for all you could decipher what the hell he wants.
You create new habits of delivering work for your boss that you can then bring back to the office when all this is over. You open a brand new dialogue with your boss. You clear the air and start working in partnership together, one based on trust, and transparency. You aren’t taking things so personally anymore, and you are seeing your boss as a human being who has his own challenges and priorities. Your ideas are getting heard and recognised, and he is championing you elsewhere in the firm.
At last you can just get on and do your job!
By the end of our time working together you will have:
• A deeper insight into what makes your boss tick, so you can stop second-guessing and just get on with the work;
• A mapping system to allow you to hit the ground running with any new boss on any new project that will give similar insight;
• A checklist of questions to ask your boss to make sure that you know exactly what he needs from you and how you can go about giving it to him; and
• At least one other concrete and tangible strategy to improve your working relationship so that your ideas will be heard and recognised by him and wider afield.
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