Chronic Illness at Work:
Career Success IS Possible
If you’re living with a chronic illness, the biggest worry on your mind right now is probably your ability to stay employed and be successful in the workplace.
You’re probably wondering:
- How do I talk about my illness at work?
- How can I be sure that I’ll be reliable on the job?
I’ve heard these questions hundreds of times in conversations with people just like you. I’m Rosalind Joffe, and I am an executive career coach specializing in helping people with chronic illness to thrive in the workplace.
I want to help answer your questions about chronic illness at work, and so I’ve culled my experiences as a coach, as well as my own experience living with chronic illnesses, including multiple sclerosis and ulcerative colitis. And here is the result:
Chronic Illness at Work: Career Success IS Possible is a special report containing invaluable suggestions and writing assignments that will reveal:
- If and when to disclose that you have a chronic illness at work
- Challenging communication issues that may come up
- If, when and how you might need to compensate for your illness on the job
In the workplace, your performance is constantly being monitored, assessed and judged. Don’t sit back and worry about the impact of your chronic illness. Take action and address problems before they get unmanageable.
Start now by requesting your own copy of this special report, Chronic Illness at Work: Career Success IS Possible.
It’s absolutely FREE, and what’s more, you’ll also receive a free subscription to the weekly "Working with Chronic Illness" blog.
Delivered weekly right to your Inbox, the Working with Chronic Illness blog is full of tips and strategies for navigating the workplace when living with a chronic illness. You’ll also read stories about people just like you who are facing their illness issues in the workplace and thriving in spite of them!
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