Business Coaching for Changing Job Roles
Changes Can Cause Stress, Anxiety and Other Health Issues
In the article entitled Using Business Coaching and Training to Tackle New Situations or Roles we saw how business coaching can be used to address the concerns and worries of people who are being promoted, moved or even newly-recruited to the organisation who will be tasked with a completely different job role to that which they are used to or have ever performed before.
The doubts and uncertainties about what they will be required to do and the possible extra level of responsibility that is likely to ensue can lead to undesirable psychological health issues such as anxiety and greatly increased stress levels. It is important that managers and supervisors recognise and are aware of their responsibilities for monitoring and safeguarding the mental wellbeing of their employees along with the other health and safety dangers present in the workplace. Related Link: IOSH Managing Safely Course.
Business Coaching is Suitable for All
But what about those who are simply finding that their job role is being altered and amended, rather than being changed to a completely different requirement? Do they still need business coaching?
The answer is that business coaching is suitable and beneficial for anyone. In fact, many individuals continue to receive business coaching and executive coaching long after any significant change or disruption because they find it so valuable for tackling smaller issues that occur for them at work, not to mention improving their effectiveness at their job which is the other major advantage and reason for receiving or providing workplace coaching to employees.
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