Why a coaching programme is enough to make mentally healthy choices in your work
Do you recognize this?
You lie awake more and more often because you are thinking about work.
You wake up in a bad mood and sometimes you just stay in bed for a whole day.
You feel disgruntled, have a short fuse and snarl at your partner.
You are increasingly considering resigning and are making exit plans, when in fact you have the perfect job.
You are looking for a structural change.
This isn’t fun anymore. Your life feels like a mess. You feel like an unguided projectile. You’re looking for clues on how to make choices that really suit you. But how do you tackle that?
Around age 30, you often make choices that affect the rest of your life. You make choices for your partner, children, work, living. It is therefore not surprising that by now 20% of 25-35 year olds suffer from stress and burnout symptoms!
Maybe you too?
That is why we want to assist young professionals in this busy phase of their lives, so that they can make a proactive start to their career.
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“The coaching brought me expertise that I would not have achieved without professional guidance. The combination of talking and doing (exercises, home assignments) was nice.
Coaching with Manou felt right away. Safe, supportive, confrontational where needed. I feel like I worked the hardest. Without feeling like I was doing it alone. I experienced it as empowering and learned to stay with myself and listen to myself more. A certain awareness was created that needed to be rediscovered. And as a result, I notice that with new job options, I don’t look at ‘does it fit in my career and do I have the competences?’. I now look at everything much more consciously and from feeling, rather than thinking about it from my head. And that’s really nice, because it makes a choice much truer.” – Dilly Timmer (34), Participation coach Youth Counter, Municipality of Amsterdam
We are accessible and committed, before, after and during the coaching process
Our coaches help you not only during the coaching sessions, but also outside them. Nor does it have to be just about your coaching question. We are always available for questions and regularly share relevant articles and tips with you.
We work with the ME Coach Workbook
Our coach workbook contains stimulating questions and insightful assignments. This is how we get to work specifically on your coaching question. View a preview here: Download PDF
We keep ourselves up to date on professional developments and take time for peer review together
We keep our knowledge up to date with learning courses and workshops and meet our professional association’s annual standard for PE points. So you benefit from the knowledge and experience of all our coaches.
On average, we have at least 10 years of coaching/work experience
Our coaches are certified and have at least 10 years of coaching/work experience and a good portion of life experience. This combination adds to their expertise and makes them Supercoaches.
During the coaching process with Nathalie, I gained more insight into who I am and what I want. Nathalie held up a mirror to me and asked clarifying questions, as a result of which I actually made decisions, made choices and took steps.” – Arjan (29)
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Manou van Eerten
Since 2011, I have been coaching people in their twenties and thirties with career questions and/or quarter life crisis. With the establishment of The ME Company, I chose this target group…
“There’s only one way to find out…”
What if you just can’t remember why you’re doing certain things? What if your life suddenly starts to move? Then there’s no point in standing still…
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We want to give young talents at the beginning of their careers an energetic start, because we find that it is difficult to make the right choices, this causes a lot of stress and you could well use a helping hand.
“I thought it was a super course! All the focus is on your strengths, which is nice in our self-critical society. The interviews gave me a better understanding of who I am and what I can do, allowing me to look for a job in a more targeted way. I had no idea where to start when I came and now I have a new job!” – Juliette (27)