So you finally have been offered the role. They want you. This is it!The one where you will be in charge. Some people call it getting the “top seat”. Now what?
A natural reaction and mistake commonly made at this important transition is to be in a rush to sit in the chair. You are impatient to get a good feel of it. To move around in the chair until it feels right. A little to the right…hmmm not right. More to the left…
Work Life Balance is a common topic that emerges in coaching work. At its heart, Work Life Balance encompasses the view that there should be an equitable distribution of a person’s time and attention between ‘work’ and ‘life’.
The fundamental flaw in this proposition is that it casts a negative perception that work is separate to your “life”.