This week I’ve been talking to a number of colleagues in the arts industry and NFP’s about the challenges of working in small organisations with limited executive staff, particularly in regional and remote areas.
They spoke of isolation, a lack of trusted networks and experienced people to bounce ideas off; and the tricky task of talking about confidential professional issues in a small community. It can make moving forward confidently a challenging task.
Particularly if you’re weighing up between offers, opportunities, have difficult decisions to make, or if all the different possible solutions have made your brain fog over with white noise.
It became clear as I spoke with people that there was a need for a simple, independent, confidential and cost effective service. A professional ‘phone a friend’ who was there to listen, provide insight, information, resources, to cut through the white noise and help map out the path forward.
So I’ve started a new service, both for existing clients and new ones! Artists, arts workers and NFP workers, get in contact if the white noise has you feeling a little submerged!
You can get in touch with me to book in a one hour ‘phone a friend’ via email:
*Please note-I offer a special discounted rate for this service to individuals, please get in contact via email if you’d like me to work organisation wide or with multiple employees.
There’s been some great feedback from clients on the sessions I’ve run this year.
Image: Jim Lawson in The Crossing
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