Try to look at this experience as something that’s pointed you in exactly the direction of where you’d like to go!
Your ability to be curious as you start a new role can increase your impact and credibility.
As you start to meet with individuals and your team let them know that you are excited and grateful to be working closely with them.
Spend some time considering what you want work to mean in your life.
Where do you start if you’re getting ready to ask for a promotion?
This week, play with the 5 Whys and let us know what you discover!
Perhaps this experience will help to point you in the direction of where you’re supposed to go next. You lost this job and that sucks. Now you have the opportunity to get more of what you want out of your next job!
Keep moving forward – even if it’s just one small step.
Facing the loss of a role that provides a great deal of your identity as well as the means for living, can be very challenging.
Last week we finished up the Your Dream Job series and shared a video synopsis of Daniel H. Pink’s book Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us. As you’ll recall, the book summarized the key motivators for most adults as Autonomy, Mastery, and Purpose. In our consulting, we work with leaders to consider these three motivators…