A Coaching Program to help you bridge the gap from uncertainty
to growth

Over the last week or so, I’ve noticed a shift in conversations with clients, colleagues and friends. Despite ongoing fear and anxiety about the impact of Covid-19 on our loved ones and our lives, I hear how people and organizations are learning to adapt. I am heartened by some of what I see: people connecting with each other more often than ever, even if it’s virtual. Leaders speaking up with courage to acknowledge their fears and inviting others to do the same. Businesses and professionals coming up with creative new ways to be of service.

I have also been reflecting on how best to contribute during this unprecedented time of loss and uncertainty. In less than a month, job loss and business closures are reaching record numbers. For those fortunate enough to still be in business or employed, the future is unpredictable. While we are seeing governments at all levels responding with emergency funds and loans, some will fall through the cracks, and many are understandably worried about what the future holds.

More than ever, people will need to be creative, courageous and connected. For people seeking help to adapt their career plan or shift gears in business, I am introducing a new coaching program: Bridge the Gap is designed to provide immediate support and creative new ways to adapt and grow in today’s changed world. It will include 4 sessions over 8 weeks at a significantly reduced fee. Offer starts April 15th and will be available until the end of May.

Please contact me if you are:

  • Struggling to manage and lead in a virtual world
  • Seeking creative ways to make a career change
  • Considering how to adapt your business plan

 In the meantime, I invite you to consider these questions:
What inner and external resources do you have to get through this period of time?

Who will you call upon for support and encouragement?

What’s one small step you can take to shift from fear to growth?

Wishing everyone good health, courage and connection.