High achievers are always at risk for burnout. You love what you do. You’re good at it. You thrive on success and constantly push yourself to reach the next big milestone. People count on you.
But somewhere along the way, things seem less exciting. You begin to need more coffee to get you through the day, but find yourself battling insomnia at night. Pessimism becomes a natural reaction and overwhelming stress becomes the norm. You begin to wonder how you can keep moving forward.
Then the little voice in your head chimes in: “But I’m a hustler. An achiever. I can push through this. It’s what everyone does. Right?”
Wrong. To succeed in today’s extraordinarily fast-paced world, top leaders must learn to set boundaries, manage their stress, and grow high-performing and engaged teams. If you don’t learn how to focus your efforts, sustaining a long and impactful career becomes very tough.
Coaching is right for you, if:
- You are a curious, open, driven leader who is up to big things.
- You value vitality and emotional intelligence in the workplace, both for yourself and your team.
- You have big goals and dreams that sometimes leave you drained.
- You have recently transitioned to a new executive role and are getting your bearings.
- You find that things which used to excite you at work, no longer do.
Coaching is not right for you, if:
- You’re looking for support resolving deep personal wounds and could be better supported by a therapist.
- You don’t find value in self-development work.
- You are looking for a short-term solution or quick fix.
- You are only interested in coaching because your boss told you to get a coach or you’ll be fired.