If you’re in a high-level administrative position, you’re used to wearing a lot of hats. From handling a wide variety of day-to-day duties to dealing with all types of personalities, it’s a job that requires a lot of knowledge and flexibility. Plus, you’re expected to do it all with a smile on your face and a “can do” attitude. High-level administrative positions can be extremely demanding and can sometimes lead to high stress levels and burnout. Here are some of the common challenges people in these positions face:
Challenge 1: Maintaining a work/life balance
Challenge 2: Dealing with difficult people
Challenge 3: Ensuring proper communication strategies are in place and making sure they’re followed
Challenge 4: Feeling disrespected and blamed for anything that goes wrong
Challenge 5: Feeling like you need to be available 24/7
If you’re an executive assistant, maybe some of these challenges sound familiar to you. And maybe you’re ready to make some changes that will help you both in your job and outside the office. That’s where a life coach can work with you and provide valuable perspective. By assessing the unique challenges you face in your position, a life coach can help you develop a detailed action plan with clear and specific expectations. Some of the outcomes from working with a life coach include:
- Building a stronger partnership with your manager(s)
- Establishing stronger boundaries
- Improving communication and streamlining processes
- Increasing productivity and feeling more focused dealing with day-to-day tasks
- Reducing stress and enjoying your job (and life!) more
If you’re starting to feel the burnout that often accompanies high-level administrative positions and want to make some meaningful life changes, Leah M. Joppy and Associates is ready to help. Call us at 301-670-0051 or email us at email@example.com.
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