When you think about it, you most likely spend more time at work than you do anywhere else. Right, so this means that your work environment must feel as safe as being at home. You want to feel free to speak your heart, contribute to the growth of the company, and laugh and joke when appropriate. You want to feel apart of the community and be appreciated for who you are and what you bring to the table. Yes, but your relationships at work are troubled, and the consequences of speaking up are great, you don’t feel appreciated, and, worse you are discouraged from being a full participant at the decision-making table. What left is a long talk to a coach or therapist who can help you find your voice and possibly help you recover from dis-ease you feel at work.
Work Related Social Anxiety
If you suffer from work-related anxiety then you more likely to turn down promotions, avoid staff parties, ask for a well-deserved raise, or speak up when you have something important to offer. Your work relationships are most likely suffering, as your fear is separating you from your team. And you are depriving your teammates of experiencing how wonderful you are. Managing anxiety at work may be a difficult task, but it may be the only strategy to save your work relationships, career, and personal happiness. We can help you with that. Look around the AskACoach.pro website for the right coach or therapist.