Three Things to Guide A Transition at Work

Posted by Ash Wall on Apr 14, 2016 2:11:09 PM

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"The world of work is changing, and with limited exceptions, this means that being adaptable and flexible is one of the most critical workplace skills that anyone can have. But, in order for this to be successful, you have to know what you need to succeed. Some people thrive in a remote working environment, while others need the more regular informal contact that commuting to an office provides. Some people like to be self-directed, and others want a manager to help them stay connected. Some people like project-based work or tangible tasks that can be completed, while others like a more knowledge-based approach, with no clear answer or problem to solve. Know yourself, and then think creatively about how you can use that knowledge to satisfy both your workplace needs and your professional ambition. Often, both can be addressed by being open to a different route than the one you thought you were navigating."

The above is an excerpt from the latest LinkedIn post by Emily Helm on managing transition. Pulled from her experience in different sectors and leadership roles, it's good advice for anybody going through a transition, considering a transition, or anyone who realizes that in actuality we are all going through transition all the time.  

Read the post here and check out some of Emily's other work on our blog here.

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Topics: Leadership Coaching, Transition