Can you relate to any of these statements?
You lay in bed reviewing your endless to do list that you feel you should have completed a month ago.
Sitting in a staff meeting, you want your team to understand your vision but aren't sure you are communicating clearly.
Your staff member made a big mistake and you didn't like how you responded to it, then spend the rest of the month (or year) trying to gain back your influence.
The market is taking a turn and you aren't sure which direction the business will take. You sit in traffic trying to prepare for endless scenarios.
Spending time with your family is important and you are looking forward to retirement. You want your company to be able to survive without you but you aren't sure how that's possible.
You are always busy but feel like you don't offer your staff enough support to do their jobs.
This is where I come in...
As a Certified Executive Coach, my job is to:
Help you get out of your own way so your goals are accomplished
Identify a personal communication strategy with your team and stakeholders to articulate your vision
Build relationships and trust with your team members to move past the politics and into success
Find a way to let go of the tasks that are merely distractions and move into high impact work
According to Forbes, research shows that depression among CEOs could be double the national level of 20%
Stress affects the entire body and is linked to many co-occurring mental and physical health problems, like heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, depression, and anxiety.
According to the American Institute of Stress, 77% of people experience stress that affects their...
... physical health, and 73% of people have stress that impacts their mental health.
Now imagine our work together is complete...
What will be different in your life once you are working in your optimal state?
You participate in team meetings and actually enjoy them! Your team genuinely likes each other and works together towards the greater vision.
As soon as you wake up in the morning, you look forward to checking your emails to see the progress your team has made.
Family vacations at the beach are a time you can actually unplug with minimal worry.
Sitting at your desk, you see your legacy being built before your eyes, without worrying about your reputation ten years from now.
When building your succession plan, you feel confident in handing your company over to someone else.