... or "my jobs" which might be a more accurate expression, since I am currently related to four different organizations including my own. I do however quite easily see these four as one.
They are very different, even though "change" is a theme in each and every one of them. But even with this common theme or headline for my involvement, they differentiate and complement each other extremely well. They all focus on different service, and they work in very different ways, which makes my workday or week absolutely inspiring in exactly the way I had hoped for two years ago. At the same time the combination significantly makes me grow as a consultant - hopefully for the benefit of my "employers" as well as my clients and candidates.
One day I am a process consultant on a global growth project, the next I am coaching a specialist in her search of a new job, a leader in achieving higher impact and efficiency in his role, and then giving a 360 degree feedback, by virtual communication tools, to a director thousands of miles away. And on the third day, I am given the opportunity to work with excellent people and concepts, building change management skills and higher return on investment, amongst executives and project managers leading and driving large change projects.
I deeply appreciate this diverse and stimulating workday, which also includes, that I, like today, start my day having meetings in Copenhagen, one of which was held in an absolute amazing office environment in the absolut center of Copenhagen, with the most breathtaking view to King's Garden where Japanese cherry trees bloomed, and the royal guards are passing by each and every day.
And then afterwards, driving north of Copenhagen, and actually sensing the smell of the country side and farming, at times when I actually thought I was in an urban or at least industrial area, my next meeting is with at company located right next to this scenic building. A building that in my eyes are just as beautiful, though very different, from the Japanese cherry trees in the King's Garden.
I absolutely love the diversity of my days!!