94,365 hours of our lives are spent working.
Shouldn’t that time be well spent?
The workplace has changed. Mantras such as “Do more with less,” “Today could be your last day,” and “Help is not coming,” permeate our workplaces like never before. Work relationships are more strained and more fleeting than at any time in recent history. Gone are the days of 40 year careers with one organization and gold watches at the end of the rainbow. It is now left up to us to define who we want to be, what difference we want to make with our careers and how we want to work better with each other.
But there’s a catch – we were never taught how to cope with these new rules. There is no manual or simple step process. What do we do? Where do we turn?
The Workplace Therapist is here to meet the changing rules of work today. Specifically, this site is dedicated to tackling three pressing questions that we all face in our careers and lives:
- What do I want to do with my career and life?
- Who do I want to do it with?
- How can I do it better?
I welcome you and together, I am confident we can find the answers to these questions and many more!
The Workplace Therapist
Filed under: Managing Myself – Personal and Professional Growth