After some years gaining wide experience in the field, a young woman was appointed to a senior research position in a major voluntary organisation. It was also a time of huge personal transition, as she moved from a familiar environment and left behind an important but painful personal relationship. Despite her competence and success, it was clear to her that she would benefit from some help in making the most of these transitions, and in reshaping her professional and personal life.
Regular meetings scheduled over a six month period provided the structure needed to enable her to address each of the areas of her life in turn, and to take control of each in creative ways.
Completing the MBTI preference indicator was one tool which helped her to begin to recognise and celebrate her strengths, and to release them in appropriate ways at work and in her personal life.
As she learned to set realistic goals for herself and to manage herself better, she was excited to discover new strengths in many areas of her life.