inviteCHANGE Blog

Welcome! We are a community of coach practitioners with all levels of experience who share the same passion for coaching and how it improves the world. We hope our blog series provide you with deeper insights into our work and who we are. With each post, you may click on the the author’s name for profile and contact information. We will also have guest bloggers from the coaching industry and from industries served by coaches to provide you with additional perspectives and insights.

Keep on the lookout for upcoming posts from our team ~ if you have any comments or are interested in guest blogging, please drop us a line at blog@invitechange.com. And thank you for joining us!

Company Culture

Achieving Harmony in the Workplace and Beyond

by Sarah Graves, PCC | May 1, 2022

As a mother of two Gen Z children, Cheif Relationship Officer, Sarah Graves, PCC has witnessed firsthand how the paradigm shift of the world wide web, smartphones, and 24/7 news cycle has impacted them, their friends, classmates, and community. She has passionately researched Gen Z for over 15 years. Parenting during this transition has made the traditional line "They don't come with a handbook" an understatement.

The demographics of our current students and clients at inviteCHANGE reflect the evolving landscape of the intergenerational workplace, with a marked increase of learners under 30. We have an awareness that the desire for Harmony in the Workplace has never been higher.

Expectations during other evolutions (some might call them revolutions) did not include the notion of Harmony. This blog is a dip into what is an ongoing exploration and the challenge to listen, learn, lead and live in ways unavailable in previous millenia.

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Love Your Life's Work - January C-suite Corner

by Sarah Graves, PCC | Jan 10, 2022

What’s the definition of “life’s work”? Is it actual labor in the workplace? What is my “life’s work”? How does coaching help define this for individuals? How can I love my life's work? Our individual and collective mental, emotional and physical health depends on making this critical shift.

In this blog, Sarah Graves, PCC, explores her relationship to her life's work and how she allows space in her coaching for executives that help them discover their love for their life's work.

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