The world of executives is a world of powerful positions at all different levels of management. Support is vitally important. Maintaining these positions can be lonely and isolating at times of making decisions, managing or directing. The pressure of performing at a professional level, while still having to manage your personal life and family is vital to your performance as a whole person.
Marriage and relationships with family and friends can sometimes be overwhelming and stressful. During this time you need respect and value for your professional skills, your personal life and to find a unique way that you can master your own work life balance. Keeping struggles secret is not the healthiest approach for your career. A culture of silence causes us to repress emotions and not flourish in the work place.
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A professional counsellor is a highly trained individual who is able to use a wide range of counselling approaches with their clients.
Counselling is a process that occurs when a client and counsellor set aside a time to explore difficulties, which may include the stressful emotions of the client. The purpose is to help the client to see things more clearly, possibly from a different point of view. This can enable the client to focus on feelings, experiences or behaviors with the goal of facilitating positive changes. A relationship of trust and confidentiality is paramount to successful counselling.
This focuses on helping the individual to unlock his or her own potential. It involves the belief that the individual has the answers to their own problems within them.
This is similar to coaching but is often more strategic in nature than coaching. There is general agreement that a mentor is a guide who helps someone to learn or develop faster than they might do alone.
Is closer to a therapeutic intervention. Focuses on the past, helping the individual to overcome barriers and issues from their past and move on. The focus can be internal and external.