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Volume 23 | April 2009 | Is There Life After Redundancy?

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Contents

Part 1 - Welcome!
Part 2 - Recommended Read
Part 3 - Products / Special Offers
Part 4 - Feature Article - Is There Life After Redundancy?
Part 5 - Media Interest
Part 6 - Organizations - Getting The Best Out Of Your People In An Economic Downturn
Part 7 - Support for Partners of Workaholics
Part 8 - The SaVVy Club - FREE one month membership


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Part 1 - Welcome!

Dear Recovering Workaholic,

After a gap over the winter while I followed my own advice to recovering workaholics I would like to welcome you to this our twenty third newsletter for Recovering Workaholics.

As I write this newsletter January has passed and February arrived with an unusually heavy fall of snow. Public transport pretty much ground to a halt and many faced a hazardous journey too and from work.

Many people made the decision to stay at home - I wonder what you decided?

I wonder how you felt about the enforced day off, or if you struggled into work, what your feelings were about those lesser workers who gave in to the weather?

2009 has already proved to be a challenging time for many. The news bulletins are constantly telling us how bad the economic situation is and that it is likely to get much worse before it gets better. The paradox of such times is that whist many businesses will falter and many people face uncertainty about the security of their work, historically more fortunes are made in challenging times than when the market is buoyant.

The attitude we have towards our life and our work and our perceptions about ourselves and the future are what will make the difference to the quality of your now and your future.

For some of you the economic situation will convince you that the way forward is to work even longer hours and to work harder doing the same things in a bid to beat the economic situation. You have the perfect reason to keep the status quo.

For others the uniqueness of the situation provides you with the opportunity to be creative and work against the tide. Only you will know if this requires the same level of working hours, however you thrive on the uncertainty and thrill of beating the odds.

This months article focuses on helping those of you who find yourselves facing an enforced change of pace as you face redundancy and the need to take stock of your life.

If you are finding your present situation a challenge and would like a free 30 minute coaching session, please phone 01708 703959 and take control of your future.

Recovering Workaholics is a growing concern. We offer 1:1 coaching, and training to facilitate those who want a truly satisfying life. Understanding what drives you to work to the point where love, happiness and fulfilment have become the poor relation is the first step to creating a life you truly love. We can help you work towards achieving your "dream" life.

We provide support for those facing retirement or who have recently retired, ideal for those who want to embrace a new stage in their lives. Redundancy can be a very stressful time, let us help you make the most of the opportunity it offers.

Call today and take the first step to work- life passion on (0)1708 703 959.

If you know of anyone who would be interested in working with us please let us know by contacting us on info@recoveringworkaholics.com or phone on (0)1708 703 959.

Make 2009 the year when you took consistent action to make a positive difference to the quality of your own life and for those who live or work with you.

Call today to sign up for a free no obligation coaching session and take the first step to the future you deserve!

With best wishes,

Gina Gardiner

Gina Gardiner
Helping you create a life you love!

Recovering Workaholics
Tel in the UK: 01708 703 959
Tel International: +44 1708 703 959
Email: gina@recoveringworkaholics.com


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Part 2 - Recommended Read

Five Wishes by Gay Hendricks

Five Wishes

by Gay Hendricks

Buy from Amazon.co.uk

This brilliant little book offers you a simple but profound way to find the power to change your life.

It is a book which takes a short time to read and gives you a life time to absorb and put into action its principles. The author is a popular speaker, writer and the founder of The Hendricks Institute.


How YOU Can Manage Your Staff More Effectively by Gina Gardiner

How YOU Can Manage Your Staff More Effectively (And Pave The Way To Your Next Promotion)

by Gina Gardiner

Order Book Online - £15

Download e-Book Now - £15

This book offers lots of practical strategies for managers to help get the very best of their staff as individuals and as a team.

Everything in the book has been tried and tested in a variety of organizations; it is a distillation of over 30 years experience of developing leadership at every level.

The book does not attempt to teach grandmothers or grandfathers to suck eggs, but offers tried and tested principles, strategies and ideas which have been proven to work.

Time, energy and money are all very precious resources and all three seem to be in short supply for most busy managers.

How YOU Can Manage Your Staff More Effectively (And Pave The Way To Your Next Promotion) can help! Dip into it if you are facing specific issues or use the comprehensive approach to underpin ongoing and sustained individual and team development.

It has relevance for experienced managers who want to share good practice as well as for aspiring leaders who want to develop and deepen their leadership skills.

The book covers a wide range of issues including

  • Developing strategic vision
  • Creating your dream team
  • Creating a ‘Can Do’ culture
  • Effective delegation
  • Holding people to account
  • Developing a solutions approach
  • The power of anticipation
  • Giving positive feedback
  • Having those “hard conversations”
  • Managing stress for you and your team
  • Creating a good work life balance

How YOU Can Manage Your Staff More Effectively (And Pave The Way To Your Next Promotion) will stand alone but you will find it useful to use it in conjunction with the companion book Kick Start Your Career.


Kick Start Your Career by Gina Gardiner

Kick Start Your Career

by Gina Gardiner

Order Book Online - £15

Download e-Book Now - £15

This book is designed for new initiates into the business world and graduates who are ambitious and want to create a successful career for themselves. It is a no nonsense, jargon free manual, full of practical ideas and strategies to support the development of leadership from day one.

These books can be ordered via our web site at www.recoveringworkaholics.com/booksandcds.php.


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Part 3 - Products and Special Offers!

We have produced three CDs designed especially for you to tackle the most common problems that seem to affect many of our members.

They are available now to buy as CDs or as downloadable MP3 files from www.recoveringworkaholics.com/booksandcds.php.


Relaxation CD 1 - A Spanish Theme

Relaxation CD 1 - A Spanish Theme
PRICE: £10.00

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Relaxation CD 1 - A Spanish Theme

Take time out of your busy and stressful day to relax.

True relaxation is known to reduce stress levels, lower blood pressure, clear the mind and leave you feeling alert, refreshed and ready to tackle the rest of your day with renewed energy and vigour.

"A Spanish Theme" uses a mixture of guided imagery and deep breathing exercises to take you on an intensely relaxing journey.

Stress is sited as the cause of over 500,000 days of absence a year in the UK alone. It represents a huge cost in both economic and personal terms. In order to deal with it we must first understand what it is and what causes it.

Where stress is detrimental people are often in situations where they feel they have little control. Sustained exposure to such negative situations can have serious implications for the health and well being of the individual and ultimately for the organization as a whole

Relaxation is a powerful tool to combat stress. Learning to take time out, to truly relax has been proven to lower blood pressure, improve mental acuity and reduce stress.

Our Relaxation Tape with a Spanish theme is the first in a series of relaxation tapes created by Gina Gardiner associates.

Using visualization, guided imagery and deep breathing exercises take time out of your hectic day to unwind, de-stress and relax!


Beat Insomnia CD - Retrain Your Sleep Pattern Without Drugs

Beat Insomnia CD - Retrain Your Sleep Pattern Without Drugs
PRICE: £10.00

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Beat Insomnia CD - Retrain Your Sleep Pattern Without Drugs

Sleep is vital to our health and sense of wellbeing. We need it as much as we need food and water and the air we breathe. It is during sleep that the body rests and repairs itself. Good quality sleep leaves us feeling refreshed, re-energized and ready to face the new day. 

Insomnia affects most people at some time during their lives. For many it is a passing phase caused because of a stressful event in their lives. For chronic sufferers it becomes a way of life. Although it is not life-threatening it can and does threaten the quality of life for many sufferers leaving them frustrated, exhausted and feeling low.

"Beat Insomnia" uses deep trance techniques to help you retrain your sleep pattern without drugs.

Use "Beat Insomnia" to get a great nights sleep and make Insomnia a thing of the past.


Confidence Building CD - Creating the Confident You

Confidence Building CD - Creating the Confident You
PRICE: £10.00

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Confidence Building CD - Creating the Confident You

We all feel less confident in certain situations. This CD is designed to help you feel confident in any situation. It uses tried and tested NLP techniques to help you develop the confidence you need to tackle new social situations or when giving an important presentation or interview.

  • How often do you wish you felt more confident? 
  • Do you worry about social events or standing up to talk in front of work colleagues?
  • Would you like to live your life feeling that you are in control?
  • Do you have butterflies in your stomach that feel as if they are wearing hobnailed boots when you have to go to an interview or a meeting?
  • Is the voice in your head telling you - you can't do it?

Developing confidence is about much more than learning to do an activity better.

It is about changing how we feel about ourselves and dealing with our thoughts and beliefs.  It is about facing the things we fear and being curious about why we fear them.

Use "Creating the Confident You" to learn to push through the fear and create a world of limitless possibilities, where you are in control of your own destiny.


We expect the following titles to be available later in the year.

  • Relaxation CD 2 - A Country Theme
  • Relaxation CD 3 - Sky

For any further information or advice about CDs contact
info@recoveringworkaholics.com or
phone 01708 703959


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Part 4 - Feature Article - Is There Life After Redundancy?

Any significant change in your life can be challenging. Leaving home, your first job, getting married, a promotion or having children, all bring the need to make adjustments to your thinking and to the routine of daily life. Yet every one of these situations brings with it excitement and a sense of great possibilities. Being made redundant or your company folding brings a huge range of challenges and is likely to create all sorts of negative emotional feelings.

No matter how difficult the economic climate and how many others find themselves in the same boat, when you receive the news that your services are no longer required, it is for many, a body blow. It has the potential to make the person living through the redundancy feel rejected, undervalued, and depressed. So many people identify themselves by what they do, rather than who they are and if you have put everything you have into your job these feelings are likely to bite even deeper.

There is no doubt that facing the thought of being in the job market when there are so many others in competition for fewer jobs and worrying about how to sustain the lifestyle your job has allowed and the impact on your family is very challenging.

There is of course a huge paradox. In my work with workaholics there has been an interesting phenomenon which I believe may help you face the coming weeks and months with a very different perception about your enforced change of life.

When I first set up Recovering Workaholics I did some research with people who identified themselves as having a great work life balance and a life they loved. Almost without exception there had been a significant event in their lives either because of their health, relationship or because they had had to leave their work due to redundancy, closure of the organisation and so forth.

There was a common theme to all the conversations. The situation which felt like a tragedy in the first instance was actually the catalyst which enabled them to take stock of their lives to determine what was really important. I was amazed to hear almost the same words time after time.

  • Looking back I realise that the situation did me such a favour.
  • My life is so much better than it used to be.
  • I feel truly blessed that I had the opportunity to do things differently and had it not happened I'm sure I would still be working the incredibly long hours I used to or worse I'd have worked myself to death.

Through the many discussions I had with people who had found a different way of life there were some common threads which I hope you will find helpful:

1) Don't Panic

I can hear you saying "Its alright for you" yet panicking is a huge waste of energy which could so easily be spent on doing something really useful. You have the rest of your life ahead of you and whist I have no wish to make light of your predicament; it is just a problem to be solved; you are starting a new chapter to your life, one which has the potential to be even better than the last. This situation offers you the opportunity to reflect on your life, to change direction if you choose and to grow.

Take Action

Think about previously challenging times you have faced in your life and how you have overcome them. What inner resources helped you then? Remember you still have those resources at your disposal.

Get some help if you are feeling very anxious or cannot sleep. Coaching is a great alternative to anti depressants or alcohol. Drink and drugs do not take the problem away, all they do is anesthetise you and it is a time when you need your wits fully about you.

2) Take the Help That Is Offered

You may be used to being the person in charge, you are probably used to giving others support and advice and find it difficult to find yourself on the receiving end for a change.

Take Action

New situations call for a new approach, so listen to what others have to offer, get as much information as possible and then decide what you really want to do.

Explore what help is on offer. Take note of the advice given and compare the advice from different spheres. Listen to your instinct and what feels right for you. Take control of what you decide to do.

3) Have Faith In Yourself And Your Future

The outcome will be hugely affected by your beliefs about yourself and the future. The most positive outcomes come where the person decides to focus on the opportunities this situation offers you, rather than how terrible it is and how badly treated you feel. You can choose to be in charge of your destiny or a victim to it.

Believe in yourself. If you have achieved success in one context there is no reason for this to be exclusive. You are more than what you do. You have a wide range of skills and experience which can be utilised in so many different ways. Organisations need people with confidence and a positive attitude and in times of trouble those attributes become even more vital.

Take Action

Make a list of all your experience, skills and attributes. Think about everything you have to offer. Ask 5 other people to write what they see as your unique talents and skills. Compare the two lists. Do you see yourself as others see you?

4) Dreams and Aspirations

Those who dream big and are prepared to think outside of the box will expand the possibilities for their future.

This is an opportunity to open your horizons and to see the bigger picture. Have you had a dream of something you would really like to do or be? What are your passions? For once don't let your dreams be limited by that little voice in your head.

Take Action

Imagine yourself at the end of your life looking back at the life you have led. What would you like to be remembered for? What would make you feel you had lived a life of real fulfilment?

5) Consider What Is Really Important To You

For most people when the chips are down and they consider the really important things in life it is all about relationships. Relationships are what create the quality moments in our lives yet all too often we take others for granted. Consider who is important to you and why?

The relationship with yourself is the most important one you will ever have. When you love and value yourself, relationships take on a whole new dimension. Give yourself the greatest gift possible - invest in the relationship you have with yourself. If you have any doubts about your self worth and lack confidence it is time to address it. Use this change in circumstances offers you the catalyst for creating a positive relationship with yourself.

If you have no one really special in your life use this life changing moment to consider how important having someone special in your life is to you. This could be the opportunity to do something different and to create the conditions in yourself and your environment which allow you to find your soul mate.

If you have a significant partner, then consider whether you value them and how you show it to them. Involve them in your planning in a positive way. Remember that everything affects them too and that they are probably just as concerned as you are. Partners often think they are protecting their loved one by keeping things to themselves. My experience as a coach has shown that more often than not partners feel excluded and abandoned, rather than protected and it creates a rift between the couple. If your relationship has been strained in the past, this could prove to be the lethal blow unless you reconnect with them, however, involving your partner in finding the best way forward has the potential to bring you closer.

A change in circumstances gives you the opportunity to review the relationship you have with your children, parents and friends.

Time is precious and you can never reclaim it once it has passed. Many of the people I interviewed said that this was the area where they had made the most significant changes to their lives and the one which had given them the most satisfaction.

Take Action

Imagine you were confronted with the knowledge that you only had 24 hours to live. What would you want to say to the people you care about so you had no regrets on your passing? Why not choose to tell them now rather than wait? Let them know how much you love and value them. Don't waste any more time on resenting or hating people you feel have wronged you. Let any resentments or irritations go and tell them how much you love them and need them. Forgiveness is incredibly freeing.

6) Audit Your Resources

Think about the resources you have at your disposal. These come in several categories.

Personal resources - beliefs about yourself, your attitude and approach to life, physical fitness, capacity to learn, adaptability, emotional strength, sense of humour.

Take Action

Create a list of all your positive and less positive resources. Understanding your strengths and areas which need development is really important if you are to make the most of your current situation.

Financial and physical resources - what resources do you have to call on and what commitments do you have?

Take Action

Be absolutely clear about what your assets and debts are. Do you know what it costs you to live every month? Which things are absolutely vital and which things have the feeling of being a necessity but are really just trappings. Understanding this is vital if you are to be able to make informed decisions about what your options are in the future.

Work out what is the minimum you must earn to live. If you have debts create a plan to consolidate and deal with your debts. If they are significant or if the repayments on your house are threatened take professional advice. Cut out any expenditure which isn't necessary. Define your "necessary" carefully.

7) Network of Resources

Who do you know - the network available to you through family, friends, acquaintances, work contacts, clients etc can be absolutely invaluable. The old saying "its not what you know but who you know" is very true.

Take Action

Create a map of your network and the potential network that the people you know have access to. Make contact with those people who may be able to offer advice, support or further introductions.

8) Research the Options

All too often we are limited by what we currently know. Unless you are aware that other things exist it is impossible to include them in your calculations. Now I know that seems obvious but so many people make choices based on a very limited amount of information.

Take Action

Over a couple of weeks look at the job sections in a few of the broadsheet newspapers. Look at every section especially those out of your normal field of experience. This exercise is all about widening your horizons rather than looking for a specific job. If something looks interesting send off for the Information Pack. Compare the Personal Spec with your list of experience, skills and attributes made in Action 3. Be open minded and curious about what other sectors have to offer.

If you think you would like to start your own business there is lots of help out there. The Government have set up Business Link and local support is available to help you consider all the practicalities. You can find lots of information at :

http://www.businesslink.gov.uk/bdotg/action/layer?topicId=1073859137

9) Do The Time Test

Situations which seem overwhelming at the time often seem to shrink in significance after the passage of time. I call it the mountain / molehill syndrome. It is all a matter of perspective. The significance, anxiety and pain of any situation however painful it might be at the time tends to become easier to manage as time passes. Things which make you feel as if you are climbing Mount Everest without oxygen with a full back pack and no Sherpa to guide you, feel very different when you look back on them. Huge personal growth occurs as you overcome the difficulties leaving you stronger and wiser.

Take Action

Consider your current situation. In your minds eye take yourself forward in time to five years time. Imagine yourself as you will be in five years when everything which feels so challenging now, has been successfully resolved. Really associate with how it feels and what you might see or hear, in doing so intensify your sense of success and certainty that you have overcome any obstacle.

10) Look For The Gift

In any challenging situation there is always a gift. Sometimes you have to look really hard for it but I promise you it will be there. Once you find the gift your perspective about the situation becomes very different - so much more positive.

My life changed after a ski accident in 1983. There have been periods in my life when I have been wheelchair bound. I have leaned to walk three times, once as a baby and twice after failed back surgeries. I can now walk around the house but still need to use a wheelchair when I go out. Now I would be lying if I told you that I would much rather be in a wheelchair than dance a salsa, yet I really value the gift that living with a disability has given me. I have far more empathy and patience and I notice so much more than I did when I was rushing about on two legs. I have become great problem solver and I have met some incredible people and have developed the capacity to see the ridiculous in most situations

How ever you decide to handle the next few weeks and months is up to you. If it lies within your power to change things then you can choose what to do but if something is outside your sphere of control, remember it is your choice how you react to and deal with it. The choice you make will impact hugely on the way things turn out. You can be the victim or the victor it is your choice.

If you need help,
why not work with a coach to take control of your life and make it outstanding!

If you would like a free 30 minute coaching session to explore how you could improve the relationship you have with yourself contact me on info@recoveringworkaholics.com


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Part 5 - Media Interest

I hope you received the recent letter about the documentary on Channel 4.

I am often asked by people from the media if I know of people who would be prepared to share their story in order to help others who have a poor balance between personal life and work. They are happy to keep your identity anonymous if you prefer.

I have been contacted this month by researchers and producers of a number of radio and television shows. There is a significant levelof interest in the way work can take over people’s lives.

If you would be prepared to help please drop us an email and give us your details on info@recoveringworkaholics.com.

I’ll let you know as features are to be aired.

If you would like to hear the feature on Woman's Hour which focused on the difficulties that living with a workaholic creates please visit the BBC web site at
http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/womanshour/03/2008_17_thu.shtml

If you are aware of anything interesting in the media relating to work life balance please let us know on info@recoveringworkaholics.com.

Also, if you see anything about our organization in any publication not mentioned by us we would be very much like to hear about it on info@recoveringworkaholics.com.


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Part 6 - Organizations

Getting The Best Out Of Your People In An Economic Down Turn

There is a real challenge in managing staff in an economic down turn. For many Managers the first instinct is to drive everyone harder to ensure that the maximum productivity and return is created. In the short term this may appear to work but in the medium to long term all it does is fuel stress, increase burnout and create an underlying resentment which can become really corrosive. People feel the need to be busy rather than concentrate on being productive. There is a tendency for people to represent the truth in a way which they think will put them in a better light but can distort the reality of the situation leaving everyone more vulnerable as the real picture becomes distorted. Fear and uncertainty become the driving force and as a result confidence gets hit badly. Energy levels become hard to maintain and the ongoing impact on the body leads to stress related problems which in turn impact on absence figures all of which come at a cost to the company.

Coaching and training budgets are often one of the first budgets to take a cut. At a simplistic level it makes sense to cut expenditure where it appears to have minimum impact. The reality is actually very different. Facing a challenging economic situation requires courage. The current situation is quite outside the experience of most of today's workforce. Such circumstances require a workforce which is confident, well resourced personally and organizationally. It needs people who are ready to face every new challenge with creativity and an unwavering desire to find a way through such unchartered waters.

Coaching offers individuals the opportunity to think through each new challenge. It provides the opportunity to try out ideas and strategies, to be challenge old ways of thinking so that when faced with clients they are well prepared, confident and adaptable. Individuals can deal with limiting beliefs and to develop resilience and confidence leaving them ready to anticipate the fast paced rate of change.

Confidence is vital if you are to win business. In times of great turbulence, confidence becomes a winning factor in gaining and keeping business. Clients need to feel that they can trust in your organisations ability to deliver everything your organisation promises. Any hint of uncertainty will be picked up and business lost as a result.

A creative approach to targeted training can give your people the edge on your competitors. It is time to think differently, to be smarter and more creative in your approach to training. Training your staff how to influence others effectively would provide them with the tools to understand your client's world, to speak their language and to get to the heart of what really matters - to them. Ensuring that your staff are highly skilled not only technically but in presenting themselves and your product will make a qualitative difference in these cut throat times.

Communicating effectively is crucial and lies at the heart of an organisation's ability to succeed in the most trying times. Involving your staff in finding the solution, being open and listening to their ideas demonstrates that you value them and creates even greater commitment from them to your success. It offers the opportunity to share ideas and expertise, provides different perspectives and leads to reduced stress for all concerned.

If you face making cuts to your workforce, it is then even more important to engage and involve staff in the process from the outset. It has been proven that even the worst news is better received where staff have been involved in the discussions from the outset about how to save the organization. Where people understand that there are no other options and see themselves as part of a transparent and fair process to determine who should go and who is to stay the stress and trauma created through redundancies or a reduction in working hours or pay is minimised.

Holding on to past practices is likely to lead to the same results you have now. We live in very challenging times and such times call for creative and brave decisions. Leaders need to protect the strategic capacity of their organisation to ensure they have a bright future, coaching and training have the potential to help you to do this effectively.

If you would like to discuss any of the issues in this newsletter, are interested in training on motivation and influence or would like to work with an Executive Coach contact us at
info@recoveringworkaholics.com or through
info@graduatesolutions.co.uk


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Part 7 - Support for Partners of Workaholics

We publish a monthly newsletter designed for the partners of Workaholics.

You can subscribe to this by going to
www.recoveringworkaholics.com/partners.php
.


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Part 8 - The SaVVy Club®

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Warmest wishes,
Gina Gardiner

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