Happy Christmas 2018!
The time of annual Christmas letters and cards is upon us. This year has been full and a profitable year for me and Jehle Coaching. I hope your year has also been profitable.
2018 has been a productive year with my coaching business. Here are some of my recent activities- besides teaching presentation skills for another university, being a guest speaker on a podcast (QT4CM):
· General business coaching
· Start-up coaching (both regular and for creative businesses, and also with young adults)
· Team coaching
· Executive and management coaching, specifically for owners and leaders of SMEs
· Career and job transition coaching (both at beginning and middle management levels) – including, life and career choices coaching (mostly for young people, but also for those who are making decisions after about 10-15 years of work)
· Becoming a “better boss” coaching
· Moving into management coaching
· Expat coaching (intercultural transition and adjustments)
· Coaching of people who are being sexually discriminated at work
· Time-management coaching, including getting projects done
· Decision-making coaching
· Conflicts at work coaching
· Burnout coaching
· Coaching people with slash careers (ask if you are curious)
· Starting a coaching business for coaches, including mentoring
· Continuing to assist friends who are artists and creative (this has been a pro-bono passion of mine)- not always just coaching, but also consulting
· Masterminds (a kind of (small) group coaching for people in management)
· Life Coaching
Looking for new clients in February/March 2019 - Supervision offering as of April
At the moment, I am full-up and cannot take any new clients. As of the end of February 2019 some of my clients will “leave” me, so I will be able to make space and time for new clients. Check out my website for all my services: www.jehle-coaching.com -and I look forward to hearing from a few of you (first come, first served!). As the supervision training is coming along, I will be able to offer this kind of (deeper) service as of April. Those looking for the why and patterns are sought after.
I still love teaching business communications at the FHNW
It’s amazing that I have stayed with one job so long and that means something: I love it, and my university students! Because I change what I teach and maximise my teaching process each year, everything is new and refreshing again. This year has been no different and I look forward to next semester (teaching negotiations), and the following school year with great anticipation. Also I am working on getting not just one, but getting two (negotiation) case studies published.
Still writing after all these years!
I haven’t stopped and, besides the case studies I have two on-going projects (one book is almost done, hopefully up for sale on my website before Christmas! And the other is almost “there”, too)-- and I do so like writing these blogs! NOTE: my blog will officially end at www.jehle-coachingexpat.com and move to my website as of Dec. 31st.
Still revving up my training and qualification, too!
Supervision training and certification is now fully underway, and I continue to keep myself busy with continued learning (besides supervision training, this fall it was reading Brené Brown’s new book, Dare to Lead and doing her LinkedIn read-along and taking an online cbt course… who knows what the spring and summer hold!).
I will dedicate a blog this month on books, too.
NOW Let’s REFLECT and LOOK FORWARD TO 2019!
Finally, I look forward to this holiday season, where I can step back, take a breath, reflect on the good and the hard, and anticipate a great 2019 to come! I hope you are doing the same. What has 2018 been like for you?
Questions to think about:
· What great thing have you accomplished? (Celebrate it!)
· What was challenging for you this year and what did you do to overcome the challenge? (Pat yourself on the back!)
· What did I do to help others this year- think of three things. (Thank yourself)
· What could I have done to make this year better, either for me or for someone else? (Can it still be done? Do it!)
· Which book that I read this year still sticks with me and why? (Give it a re-read.)
· On a scale of 1-10, how did I do this year? What would made it better?
· What will I do differently next year? How will I know that I have accomplished it?
May you and yours be blessed this season and throughout 2018!
Patricia Jehle firstname.lastname@example.org