What do you seek? Are you ready to make major work-life changes?
As an executive & leadership coach, I am excited to help navigate those changes with you!
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This podcast will discuss the topic of “Burnout Prevention & Recovery”. Sometimes we belong to organizations that may view burnout as “normal” or a topic that is difficult to have courageous conversations around. There is growing evidence that burnout is on the opposite extreme of what many of us are familiar with stress. There are certainly many effects of burnout and the complications can be challenging to overcome if we do not address the issue head on.
Three main elements can help us in attempting to achieve a proper work-life balance.
1) Having routine "check-ins" during work and at home by practicing self-reflection. Implement a "transition period" in between.
2) Adhering to a schedule and monitor the inputs and outputs to make the necessary adjustments.
3) Having the right "growth-mindset" by working backwards from the desired outcome to the process of achieving it. It's important to base our performance level on tangible outcomes and results rather than "just being busy". Finally, learning to delegate and the "power of saying no" is very crucial.
We all know goal setting can be very challenging, especially if we don’t plan wisely. We need to have the right tools and planning prior to executing a goal and following its progress. By setting SMART goals and objectives, you fine tune the details to get the desired outcome.
This episode discusses how we can reach our maximum peak performance by implementing brain-based tools. Implementing brain-based exercises in the workplace will better enhance critical areas of our professional development.
Our stressed or relaxed state play a major role in the neurotransmitters released from our brain. In turn, these organic chemicals affect our performance and cognitive thinking. Implementing brain-based coaching strategies and tools can help drive and sustain the positive affectivity.
Being resourceful means learning quickly on our feet by navigating the necessary tools available to us. However, it also means maintaining your connections through cultivating presence, being organized with your communication and building those necessary attributes of a leader while taking on new challenges in the face of uncertainty.