In this blog post, I examine the idea of changing things (career, relationships, life in general) as a way of finding happiness. Having worked through a lot of mindset challenges of my own since going self-employed full time, I have learnt that perhaps the answer is not to seek happiness from others, your career, or any other external thing. Perhaps the answer is to change the way we see and interpret things, examining what we say to ourselves on a daily basis about what we believe these situations say about us as a person.
London Life Coach, Generation Y and Quarter-Life Crisis expert offering bespoke Career and Life Coaching for ambitious individuals and employees in their 20s and early 30s.
Alice provides a full range of corporate services for organisations looking to better understand, manage, retain, and motivate their talented Generation Y employees. She runs public and in-house workshops for Baby Boomer/Generation X managers designed to develop their ability to manage Generation Y, and understand their unique needs in the workplace. Alice also provides employee coaching to junior employees (those in their 20s and early 30s) looking to develop within the organisation.
Life, Career & Business Coach, Alice Stapleton, has 12 years experience (6 as a coach) of working with individuals in their 20s/early 30s looking to make changes, set goals, and create direction in their business, career, or personal life. Many of her clients feel stuck in their job and wish to change direction, or start up their own business, but don’t know how or where to start. Alice’s clients are also those who may be experiencing what has become known as a Quarter Life Crisis.
Read Alice's interviews with the media relating to the Quarter Life Crisis, and other life challenges facing those in their 20s and early 30s. She also writes and talks to the press about the challenges this age group experience in the workplace.
Having coached hundreds and hundreds of Millennials over the years, I have a pretty clear sense of what frustrates this generation about their jobs, so much so that they’re considering leaving, or even completely changing career, as a result. As the saying goes, “people don’t leave bad jobs, they leave bad managers” and I completely agree. Here are 7 key tips for managing Millennials in the workplace.