If you're like me, you try to do it all, and yet, feel like you are coming up short. You know how important it is for your own well-being to stay connected to and communicate with the people around you, but too often you don't have the energy, or the attitude to bother. Plus, you don't always see eye-to-eye with them. You've probably wondered if there's a secret strategy that would help you and your colleagues to communicate more effectively - for the benefit of everyone.
I know you want to be the best you can be in your role for your organization and your Team, but sometimes you feel like you're the only one struggling - or even trying - to get there.
I get it.
It's hard juggling the needs of the people you serve, your professional and personal relationships and expectations, the never-ending pressure to get better results, and trying to remember your own wants and needs as a human being with a life outside of work.
There is so much pressure to show up for everyone else. What about showing up for yourself?
For the past three years, I've helped people just like you overcome the stressful effects of trying to meet everyone's expectations, the weight of work and home responsibilities, and never-ending attempts to communicate - and get - what they need and want for themselves, so that they could experience the freedom to focus on what matters most, and to speak up, lead, and be part of a cohesive, effective and efficient team.
Over the last 25 years, I've worked in several business and educational leadership positions.
On one particular occasion, my employer told me I needed to fire one of the members on our team because they weren't performing well enough. I had to dig deep to find the strength to have that conversation.
What I wasn't prepared for was the fiery aftermath that followed, nor the overwhelming flow of self-talk, second-guessing, and beliefs that I wasn't good enough that resulted. In the years that followed, I used this uncomfortable learning experience to support the people around me on a more human level rather than from a traditional leadership lens.
I became more passionate about how I could be and do better on a professional level, but also on a personal one too. What I discovered was a passion for studying leadership, human skills development, and personal well-being practices. By working to know and understand myself on a higher level, I felt more capable, confident, and committed to the work I was doing and in the relationships I had.
Now, as a trainer, facilitator, and coach at 3DLife Inc., I'm excited to work with leaders and teams who want to do the same.
so you can stop feeling like you are not doing enough, and you can establish clear lines of communication and solid connections with your Self, colleagues, and team.
The process is simple.
First, book your call with me.
Second, commit to doing the work - building greater human skills for yourself, your leadership, and your colleagues.
Finally, be a stronger communicator and effective team member and leader in your organization or school community.
When you schedule your call with me, you'll be taking the first step toward thinking, communicating, and showing up more intentionally and effectively in your role and in your life. You'll also be building a stronger and more successful team of people around you.
I believe you try your best to show up as the person your colleagues and team needs every day. You deserve to not be weighted down by all the tasks, conflicts, and expectations on you.
I help you get clear on what you already bring to the table in your role, where you could stretch and grow, and what human skills to truly focus on so that you can be there for yourself - and bring people together for incredible team results.