Why are you here?
A recent study showed that nearly 60% of leaders feel depleted at the end of the day.
Here are just a few reasons why leaders seek help outside of their organizations for performance and productivity challenges.
I want to help create a generation of leaders who know how to utilize their team and ask for support.
2. Burnout Prevention
If you’ve ever experienced that restless exhaustion, you know why CEOs are among the most likely candidates for experiencing job frustration and burnout.
As a fellow high performer, I’ve accepted many leadership roles over the years only to fall into the same cycles of frustration, isolation, and overwhelm. For years I thought it was a skill problem, so I studied harder. I did more research. I worked longer hours. None of it helped.
Leaders need more than strategy and skill. They need to trust the people around them and have the confidence to make decisions and follow through.
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