These past weeks, I was struck by the repetition of a sentence, which spontaneously appeared during different coaching sessions, with clients of various profiles. They had a common point, though: being confronted with the complexity of change of different scales, trying to understand why they felt shaken up, slowed down, or lost. And they finally confined in: “I know that I must mourn the past”: grieving a time gone by, acknowledging an non-modifiable data of their environment, accepting a colleague or a manager’s departure, or life changes, provoked or undergone.
https://restarto.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/restarto-blog-image_201805-Farewell-LoResNB.jpg 800 2000 Sophie Audubert-Todorovic https://restarto.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/restarto-logo_baseline-340x156.png Sophie Audubert-Todorovic2018-05-14 08:18:262018-05-15 12:55:50Can we learn how to say goodbye? Going through change discomfort