Do you find that many of your friends are either looking for work or looking for a change? The only thing that seems certain at the moment is more uncertainty.
What can you do?
I found one answer in a student’s thesis that she shared online. Her topic was “Why is WOL accepted by employees?” and she interviewed dozens of people from 38 different companies. Two quotes stood out.
"Many are simply astonished by the number of opportunities that they were offered while applying their WOL practices."
"The employees indicated that WOL has changed the way they approach and value others as well as the way they treat and value themselves."
What Nadine discovered in her interviews is exactly what many people today are looking for today. Opportunity, Perspective. Connection.
“To connect on a human level”
This isn’t just an academic issue, of course, but something much more practical than that, something more personal. Andreas summed up his experience this way:
“Not only has it helped each of us to make a massive step towards reaching our growth goals, it also helped in times of remote work to connect on a human level.”
It isn’t selfish to develop yourself. Annette, for example, describes the benefits for her and her company, SAP. She calls it “the magic.”
Practicing WOL had not just an influence on how I approach goals, but how I approach people and challenges in life. It fosters cultural change and makes SAP’s values truly experienceable: tell it like it is, stay curious, embrace differences, keep the promise, & build bridges, not silos."
New Year. New You.
The new WOL Membership Network makes it easy for you to take a step and realize benefits like these. Daniela described her experience in a Circle this way:
A profound program, the insights and tasks were an inspiring framework to our journey on which we worked, dreamt, and developed all together.
In your annual membership, you get three chances to join different kinds of Circles. Each time, we’ll match you with others, help you with your goal, and offer you coaching & support throughout the entire year. All for less than the cost of a conference or course.
When will it be the right time to invest in yourself? When will you deserve it? The answer, especially as we come to the end of 2020, is obvious: