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Blog posts tagged in transition
Looking to retire? New job? Want to transition to something new? First, start by asking yourself some good questions:
• Do you seek security through an attachment to your home?
• Your ethnic group? Your denomination? Your job title?
• Do you have a staunch attachment to some belief that prevents you from manifesting your courage?
If you're looking for a new job or want to transition to something new, here are eight great ways to make contacts and meet new people:
1. First and most important, decide exactly what you want to do.
Many people network with the wrong people because they have not figured out what they want to do.
As a Courage Coach and consultant in courageous leadership, employees at all levels ask me intriguing questions. Below are four questions and answers that you might find interesting:
1) A director of HR shared a situation about a courageous hiring decision that demonstrated courageous leadership when she was confronted about hiring an “outsider.” What would you have done?
She said, “While it would have been the risk-free and popular decision to merely promote an internal favorite to a recently vacated executive position, I decided to take a significant risk in hiring a stellar candidate external to the organization who could lead a very important department from competent to excellent. This choice, even during times of economic uncertainty dictated structural change and altered “business as usual.” It took courage to approach....
WE ALL SEEM to feel the shifts of uncertainty that are occurring at multiple levels in our lives, including our spirit. Acknowledging these feelings about how we approach our daily our lives will hopefully open up an opportunity to stop and reflect about our behavior patterns, prompting us to ask questions.
Ask yourself: Are you stuck in denial, apathy, self-doubt or blame? If these few samples of obstacles to everyday courage resonate with you, then you're stuck in the past unable to embrace the major transitions going on in our culture for the past several years. Please know that it...