Being a woman in middle management can feel like navigating stormy seas.
- Your boss micromanages you.
- Your male peers earn more and get promoted more often.
- You’re treated like a child versus the experienced professional you are.
You’re frustrated and exhausted from trying so hard. You’re sick of being so stressed and worn out. You dread going to work some days, except for the fact you love your customers and your team. After work, you feel like crying. You go home feeling frazzled and defeated.
Alarm bells are sounding. You may even be experiencing stress related physical issues like headaches or stomach distress.
Life shouldn’t be so hard. There has to be another way.
You’ve tried being more assertive, only to get called names behind your back. You’ve tried working longer hours, only to come home complaining and exhausted. You don’t need platitudes like “It’s a Man’s World,” “Put Your Big Girl Panties On,” “Suck it up,” or “That’s just the way it is.”
You need help to change this pattern. You want the respect, recognition, and rewards you deserve for the amount of experience, talent, and the time you put into your job. You don’t want to quit, you want to stay put and learn how to function in your job and workplace culture – without losing your soul.
My name is Susan Bellows, and I am your lighthouse in the storm. I don’t blame you for being at your wit’s end, frustrated, exhausted, and feeling beaten down. I’ve been there myself.
I’ve taken my experience and transformed it into solutions for women like you. I specialize in helping women in middle management positions increase their confidence, cultivate self-esteem, and build their personal power. Through our work together, my clients gain insight they can use to navigate workplace dynamics better, resulting in…
- More harmonious relationships with boss and colleagues.
- More cooperation and ease.
- Less stress, conflict, and frustration.
- More of the respect, recognition, and rewards you deserve.
We begin with an in-depth assessment to reveal your strengths and opportunities for growth that may be causing some challenges at work. Then, if you choose to continue, we agree on 1-2 key strategies for you to implement and see if the results are different than what you’ve been getting.
There are no long-term obligations and you can pause or even stop whenever you want. This eliminates pressure and the risk of you making an expensive mistake, which I know is the last thing you need right now.
So, if you’re tired of feeling thwarted, frustrated, and at wit’s end, and you’re ready to try something different, let’s talk.
Are you a woman in middle management and ready for things to change?
Click here to contact me and set up a time to chat about how we can work together.
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