Because the nature of life is change, it's no surprise that many leaders are dealing with some type of issue, problem, or challenge that affects their emotional well-being whether it's related to a specific event such as a personal or career change or loss, or generalized anxiety or stress.
What changes are going on in your life?
Regardless of talents and abilities, those in leadership positions aren't immune from the life changes and challenges that affect life satisfaction and workplace performance.
In a report commissioned by the American Heart Association CEO Roundtable, a leadership collaborative of over forty CEOs pledged to support the rapidly escalating need to provide emotional well-being support in the workplace. Not only within their own companies, but as a key recommendation to the CEOs within their sphere of influence.
The study emphasized the connection between mental and emotional health and well-being and work performance. And the critical importance of providing the intervention that’s increasingly needed.
Emotional well-being challenges don’t discriminate by rank, socio-economic status, gender, race, or religion.
Many sports figures, celebrities, business and political leaders have emphasized the importance of life coaching to help them empower themselves to more easily move through life challenges.
The billionaire and former head of the parent company of google, Eric Schmidt, said "Everyone needs a coach . . . we all need people who will give us feedback. That’s how we improve."
The key takeaway for CEOs [and those in leadership positions] is that "seeking out a coach or advisor is not a sign of a fundamental problem or weakness, but instead a key attribute of being a superior leader."
Your benefits include:
• Having a trusted objective sounding board
• Increasing your clarity and perspective
• Moving more quickly through challenges
• Freeing up energy so you can keep moving forward
• Discovering more about yourself
• Finding more joy in your life
• Creating a healthier workplace
You're invited to send an email briefly describing your current challenges.
If it's something I can help you with, you'll be invited to schedule a complimentary Self-Discovery Coaching Session.
It's a great way for you to slow down and get in touch with you. If we decide it's a fit to work together, brilliant.
Either way, you'll have the benefit of our confidential session as my gift to you.
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