Work Life Matters!
Most of us spend a significant amount of our waking hours working to earn a living while maintaining a home life, contributing to our communities, socializing, perhaps studying, and still finding time to look after our personal needs such as health, spiritual, and personal interests. Often there just isn’t enough time or energy for all of the pieces of our lives and we begin to feel out of balance in one or more of these areas. Work or career is typically an area where people experience a great deal of difficulty and are unsure how to make things better.
If you are facing decisions about your current work, exploring a change in your career direction, starting your own business, or seeking a more meaningful work-life balance, working with a career coach can help you to assess, plan and take action to achieve positive change.
What can I expect from Career Coaching?
Coaching involves a commitment of regular one-on-one sessions (in person or on the phone) over several months. In between coaching sessions, check-ins by email and phone will support you in meeting your personal goals. You will have “homework” such as reading material, researching options, information interviewing, reflective journaling and other self-directed activities. Throughout the process you will receive regular constructive feedback and professional guidance about how to make the desired changes in your life and work.
If you know someone who is interested in booking an appointment, please forward this newsletter or contact me directly at: Tel: 647-393-4589 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer Special at Octopus Garden
In June, I am offering new clients a 20% discount on their first career coaching session at the Octopus Garden Holistic Health Clinic. The clinic is located at 967 College Street West. For information and directions go to: www.octopusgardenyoga.com
“YOUR WORK IS TO DISCOVER YOUR WORK AND THEN WITH ALL YOUR HEART TO GIVE YOURSELF TO IT.” – BUDDHA
Lianne Krakauer is an experienced Career Coach and Leadership Consultant who helps individuals to assess, plan and create more meaningful work and life experiences. Her Solutions-Focused approach is collaborative, results-oriented and focuses on strengths and possibilities for positive change.
Lianne has a Bachelor of Laws and a Masters of Education (specializing in Counselling Psychology) both from the University of Toronto; and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Western Ontario. She is currently a member of the Ontario Association of Consultants, Counsellors, Psychometrists and Psychotherapists. Lianne’s approach to coaching, counselling and teaching has been highly influenced by her many years of studying and practising yoga.