Imagine that you are a seasoned nurse leader and that you are stuck. You are bright and accomplished, but you are quite unhappy in your new job. You regularly receive calls from executive recruiters, so you know there is a good position for you elsewhere. After weeks of feeling unsure about your direction, you decide to seek executive coaching to sort out your thoughts.
In your early conversations with your coach, you complain that you are bored with your work and that you’ve had this and similar roles for 2 decades. You also say that your salary is lower than you could get somewhere else. In addition, you have problems with your fellow leaders. You feel they are not as bright as you, and there is dissonance within your team because they don’t “get” you…Read The Full Article