Are You Missing Out on the Easiest Leadership Fix of All? (Part 2)
If you’re a leader with poor sleep habits, what can be done? I invite my coaching clients who have sleep issues to consider the following, evidence-based approach to better sleep: Maintain a consistent bedtime schedule; try not to vary much between days of the week and the weekends Develop a bedtime routine to cue one’s […]
Are You Missing Out on the Easiest Leadership Fix of All?
What’s the most underrated and simple tool to improve leadership performance? Sleep. In spite of many, many Americans running on fumes, more folks are coming out of the shadows to admit this important fact: I do not sleep well or enough, and am chronically exhausted at work. What we may not know is how this […]
Leaning into Autumn: What Needs to Leave?
Summer is over. Officially. We are now in our first week of autumn. Fall festivals are upon us, and for those who live in warmer climates, it feels as if summer heat will never give way to cooler breezes. For people in organizations, we begin the final push to year end–Q4. Traditionally this is the […]
One Simple Act to Avoid Leadership Depletion
It’s almost a fact of leadership life. While most leaders enjoy the human and business challenges of leading (much of the time), what I often hear is how exhausting it all can be. Leadership depletion has almost become expected in many circles. Many assume it comes with the territory. A 2017 Gallup survey reports that […]
Strategic Thinking and Leadership: Are You Leaving Out What’s Most Important?
As an executive coach and consultant to entrepreneurial Founders, CEO’s and their teams, one of the most vexing challenges I often observe with clients is a perceived lack of time for strategic thinking. According to an article by Dorie Clark in the Harvard Business Review, “In one survey of 10,000 senior leaders, 97% of them said that […]