·What should I ask for from my manager to ensure that my time at the company is ideal for me, in terms of type of work, workload, how I am doing, how valued I feel, and how fairly I am treated?
How do I know when it’s time to move on to a new role or company? What’s the planning process and how do I avoid “land-mines”?
How do I decide whether to “up my game” to have more impact, to move to a more physically comfortable space, or to a brand-new role?
How do I talk with my partner, manager and others about my intentions to pursue something new, without causing undue disruption or fear? How can I ask for what I need in terms of support?
How do I reduce the risk of making a change?
As the future of where, how and why we work continues to change, Thriving Worklife Design is committed to staying on the cutting edge of services and solutions that make each person feel productive and valued.
We provide individual coaching, online courses, personalized assessments, and workbooks.
to help individuals get clear on what they need from their work settings, in order to be fully productive and fulfilled, because it's normal that expectations of a job change over time.
We are also dedicated to helping employers create deep understanding about how the modern workplace and workspace is changing, because what used to work for all team members probably only work for a minority of their teams now.
Phyllis Horner is a thought leader, author, speaker, and executive coach. She is the primary architect of Thriving Worklife Design.
Phyllis has over 25 years of experience as an executive and career coach for high-talent individuals who are ready to rethink their next career destination. In addition to being trained as an industrial/organizational psychologist, she is certified in the following assessments.
Birkman Certified Consultant The Birkman Method
Cultural Transformation Tools (CTT) Certification; Barrett Values Centre
Certified Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®)
Certified Master Coach – The change cycle
CoachVille Certified Mentor Coach
International Association of Coaching
Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology
American Psychology Association
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