Mujeres y Allies,
Throughout any career, there can be times when we hit a rough patch and feel like we are going nowhere fast. We may have a boss that just doesn’t see our potential, a team that cannot get along, or a client with impossible expectations. Even if you have a personal board of advisors or a strong support network of BFFs, there are times when a career coach is the ideal step to get through the rough patch or to strategize on how to move to the next level or make a career change. While coaching is extremely common, Latinas and Latinos may find it hard to ask for help because our culture gives mixed messages about seeking help. We may believe our sole source of support should be our immediate family or that problems go away if we just don’t talk about them. It’s part of our faith in family and our values in stoicism and resiliency. This week’s #3LVCareerHacks is about how to find and select a coach to support you with career challenges.
Uno, dos, y tres. Let’s do this con ganas!