Transition Coaching

Leadership Coaching for Individuals in Vocation Transition

So here you are. It’s uncomfortable, isn’t it? Or is ‘uncomfortable’ too mild of a word?  One day you will look back and see the gift in this awkward time – the gift of listening to what really matters.

Either someone else has made a decision that has positioned you in transition… or you have decided that you refuse to live in a values conflict any longer.

Perhaps your body still walks into the building, but your spirit refuses to enter. Perhaps the discomfort of hiding your real self, trumps the risk of crossing the chicken line, into the no-guarantee unknown future.

Welcome.

Leadership Coaching for Individuals in Vocation Transition

  • Navigates ambiguity while building clarity and character for an improved place
  • Deepens the learning and forwards the action to more resonant meaning
  • Provides tools for tough conversations with self and others
  • Supports your effort to deal with your whole person, not just the working person
  • Deals with cluttering dissonance develops increased capacity for ‘next’
  • (works in partnership with, but not limited to, clients and alliances of Ashton & Associates Inc.)

Here’s a few examples of why value-based clients have chosen to work with me:

  1. They are done with pretense and pat answers, done with drinking the company Kool-Aid and done with living in a fur-lined mousetrap (comfortable, but stuck).
  2. They want to lead their way out of the precise culture that they worked so hard to contribute to, because they no longer believe in it.
  3. They recognize that they want their next positioning to be about meaning as much as it is about money.
  4. They are passionate about expanding their personal capacity, so that from a new mindset, they can more effectively influence a bold change in a culture that respects the dignity and inner peace of all. This next positioning is more about peace and dignity of all over the ego and self-centred fame or gain of a few.
  5. Coaching clients come from a variety of influences: corporate and company leaders, non-profit and for-profit leadership and leaders within faith-based organizations. Let’s be real. What got us here, got us here. And that’s where we will stay unless we step away from the familiar and lead toward a re-imagined future.