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Belmar, NJ - The American workforce is at a crossroads! The questions posed every day to Executive Coach, Dr. Lucille Maddalena are issues you might face and that can make a difference in your future success as well as your personal and mental health.
For example, many wonder if this is the right time to make a career move. Working with senior leaders in transition, Dr. Maddalena, a highly sought-after Executive Coach states: “Leaders in transition will always continue to move forward in their careers, even in this confusing work environment. Some may seek to take on greater authority in their current firm or expand their skill set by accepting different challenging work, perhaps in a different company or field.”
“The last few years have been tumultuous. Out of the post-pandemic complexities we all face, it appears that we have all grown and seek more from our workday” noted Dr. Maddalena. “The leaders I work with are committed to developing a path to success while maintaining a homelife: not an easy task.”
Her message is clear: “No one can win in isolation. When you take a position in a new firm or move to a different division and accept new responsibilities, your first task is to get to know who you are working with and share a bit about yourself. Forming working relationships requires building trust, connecting to gain rapport, and exhibiting empathy: those are the qualities that define you as a leader.“
Dr. Maddalena offers this advice to leaders in transition: “Coaching helps you focus, to continue to learn and develop yourself.”
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