Seeking some advice from older workers who need to keep working.
I've been in my current position for three+ years as a senior career strategist coaching executives, directors, and managers from a myriad of industries across the country during their job search.
The company I work for has been in constant change and evolution since I began with them. I have never had thorough one-on-one training on what is expected of us but rather had to pick up info from once-a-week group meetings via zoom or emails.
During October I was out on vacation when new rules and checklists were created for the first few meetings with the client. I hit the ground running upon my return from working with clients and did not upload the meeting notes or forms so missed that piece.
I have a gruff supervisor who has made it clear earlier this year that he'd be happy if I was gone. He has a history of making an agenda and getting people to leave or firing them. I asked to be moved to a new supervisor, was with one of the C-Execs and then a new Manager was hired above me who I was to report to.
The net-net is I'm on a 60-day review, with the old gruff Manager. I am devastated, exhausted and allowing my self-esteem to deflate considerably.
I just want to work 20-30 hours a week to help people (get a job? with their lives?) and ideally from home. I'm also a writer and a speaker.
Can't find a job out there that I'm a good fit for and really need some guidance.