Coaching MCL

Services de coaching professionnel avec Michel C. Lavoie, PCC

When losing a job is a bit like dying…

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The financial and emotional toll of losing one’s job can be devastating. Anger, sadness, fear and a sense of betrayal appear.

People losing their job report feeling shock, denial, anger, bargaining and acceptance…all stages associated with grieving.

‘What we do and who were are’ in our culture are tightly intertwined. An individual’s identity can undergo severe trauma when experiencing a job loss.
As an individual goes through the different stages of grieving, he will eventually begin to disconnect the job loss from his sense of self-esteem and perhaps begin to accept the change in his life. Resentment can subside and then he may begin to think about what to do next. Individuals begin to think of their next move in terms of what would be a positive next move for them to make. Beginning to plan for the future is the solution and can open up possibilities and options.

Working with a professional coach is an ideal way of making this passage successful.

Written by Michel

July 30th, 2009 at 3:06 pm

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