One of the more frequent and frustrating challenges that I’ve observed both as an employee and as an executive coach is around role clarity.
For any of you who have been through this process, it is filled with incredible highs, absolute lows, and a constant change of direction.
As an executive and career coach, I hear countless themes from leaders ranging from the C-Suite to junior level employees who are frustrated about the politics within their organizations.
Rock ‘n Roll – what a month it has been! Audira has gotten off to a roaring start and I am fortunate to be supporting a number of individual clients and just completed my first corporate client engagement.
I have spent a lot of time talking about coaching, but another service Audira offers is corporate strategy development (one of my favorite things to do).
We all feel stuck at points throughout our careers. We may have entered our career with huge passion, accomplished great things, but now find ourselves no longer fulfilled.
Mental illness and suicide, specifically, are on the rise and together we can help. A primary reason I established Audira was to serve and give back.
We all talk about what we want – being happy, achieving success, finding fulfillment. What we often neglect is to identify what we’re willing to put up with to get there.
As you know, this is a BIG topic for us, here at Audira. Listening is not just something you do with your ears (as my 9-year-old would say), but where your focus lies.
It is with great excitement that I announce my newest venture and my very own professional baby, Audira, an executive coaching, corporate strategy, and facilitation consultancy founded by… me!