Born to Lead
Is this your first time as a boss? Or are you nervous about managing people? Feelings of insecurity are common in a leader role. You probably already know that leading a group of people can be challenging at times. Success in a supervisory role is about skills that can be learned and developed. If you are looking for confidence in your role, talking to an Auntie professional can help you get off to a good start.
What's the matter?
Have you ever wondered what supervisor work is all about or the kind of leader you want to be? What are your strengths as a leader? What areas need development? Time is often scarce for a supervisor, so it’s not easy to fit personal development into everyday life. A supervisor is subject to pressures and conflicting expectations from many different directions. The role can feel lonely at times, as leaders often cannot share their own concerns with their team.
How can Auntie help?
Good self-awareness is the foundation of development and the foundation of confidence as a leader. When you know yourself, it is much easier to lead others. Meetings with an Auntie professional will give you time for yourself and your development. Through discussions you can get to know yourself better and find new perspectives on your leadership. Auntie will also be there for you if you have a specific leadership problem.
Do you believe your organisation could benefit from Auntie?
With the information you provide, we plan to get in touch with your organisation to discuss the advantages of Auntie and potential steps for implementation.
A little about Auntie
Auntie offers preventive mental wellbeing services that, for example, help employees find new perspectives and solutions to situations that cause stress or weaken motivation before they become overwhelming.
Employees can book confidential one-to-one sessions with a qualified mental wellbeing professional. They also get easy access to a wide range of online mental wellbeing exercises and other related materials.
Auntie mental wellbeing professionals are e.g., psychologists, psychotherapists and brief therapists.
qualified Auntie professionals