Impact of Reduncancy and Retirement
Redundancy and retirement processes and how they are handled affect everybody that is in the vicinity of them. They affect the employees who are taking redundancy or retirement. They affect the employee's family. They affect the morale of the employees who are remaining on and facing tackling the workload with the loss of experienced staff. They affect the leaders who have had to make the decisions and still have to lead and motivate remaining staff. They affect the HR staff on the ground who have to implement them. And they affect the trade union officials who represent the staff throughout the process.
Today, in Ireland, the number of people who are touched by redundancy and retirement processes in one form or another is growing at an enormous pace. The story, while there is no denying that it can be an extremely tough one, can have a positive ending. It is possible for people to start living the lives of their dreams after going through a redundancy or retirement process. It is possible for organisations to regroup, refocus and become stronger than ever in pursuing their goals. It is possible for the people involved in the process on the ground, like HR and trade union officials to serve their people well and feel that it was all conducted with the dignity and respect of the individual paramount at all times.
From Surviving to Thriving! - Support for People Taking Redundancy and Retirement
Miriam is not only skilled and experienced at helping people thrive through change processes, she also has direct experience of going through a redundancy process herself. She knows what it is like to step out into the world after spending many years working in the same organisation and adjusting to and creating a new life for herself. She has experienced all the highs and lows that she could never have predicted before leaving her job. She doesn't regret one day of it.
Now, Miriam is using her own personal experience as well as considerable skills at positive engagement with change to support other individuals going through the same process. She is providing coaching sessions for individuals to help them create a clear vision of the life they want for themselves, build a repertoire of their strengths (things that they are not only good at, but that they enjoy and that energise them), recognise what they are like when they are at their best and use all of this to create a personalised path to life success. This coaching relationship is one that is controlled and managed very much by the client and be as light or as deep as they require.
For information on how Miriam might help you through your redundancy or retirement process or to book a complimentary consultation session, please do not hesitate to contact Miriam on 087-2399522 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
360∘ Support - Career, Finance and Life Change
Going through redundancy or retirement means we get faced with many important decisions to make all in the one go. What do I do with my pension and/or my redundancy package? How will I ensure I remain financially secure? What if I want to start a business? What if I want to change career? How will I adjust to working from home or for myself?
Miriam has partnered up with two excellent people who provide independent financial advice and career coaching, Bill Anderson and Marisa Geary. Both Bill and Marisa have also been through redundancy processes and so can speak from personal experience and understand completely what individuals are going through. They are as passionate as Miriam is about providing good support to individuals so that they can get to create the best possible lives for themselves post redundancy or retirement.
For information on sound independent financial advice and support contact Bill on Bill@completefinancial.ie.
For information on exceptional, personalised career coaching contact Marisa on Marisa.email@example.com.