"I work with leaders who feel stuck, overwhelmed or uncertain about how
to improve workplace culture."
Leadership roles are incredibly rewarding.
When you can work to your strengths to organise and motivate teams to achieve their best, the sense of collective achievement is powerful.
But leadership roles can also be hard. The challenges are many and varied, and at times being a leader can be stressful and isolating. It is easy to waste weeks, months or years worrying about these situations. But the types of situations you are dealing with on a daily basis require consideration and insight into the factors that are causing stress.
It is common for leaders to feel overwhelmed by these challenges. Knowing when to seek support and take action to work through these challenges is a courageous step for anyone.
Seeking support from peers, colleagues or friends can offer short lived relief. It is likely you are not growing your capacity to manage leadership challenges effectively if you are simply feeling validated or worse, receiving unhelpful advice.
Do you spend time thinking about how best to manage work relationships?
Thinking and planning about how best to respond to difficult circumstances can lead to further frustrations, when you feel uncertain about how to move forward.
Managing complex relationships with your business, within your team and clients can take significant amounts of time but can often leave you feeling stressed and overwhelmed. Experiencing these feelings for a prolonged period of time can contribute to fatigue, poor health and burnout.