Even in the best of times, managers face the challenge of keeping employees focused and on task. During a time of crises and high stress, the goal of managers transition to keeping staff engaged and productive when they feel they have less control when the team works remotely and in separate locations.
Having a guide, mentor, confidant, and seasoned executive coach with a 30-year record of successful interventions offer leaders an opportunity to engage in safe, reliable, and honest discussions as they work together to unlock valuable potential and maximize effectiveness and performance.
Stress can disrupt one’s sense of calm, joy, and safety. When catastrophic events happen, it is essential to get to a tranquil place as soon as possible. Anxiety and stress generally show up together. Anxiety is often overwhelming fear of a future state. To move past the anxious state that causes stress, one must strategically disrupt the circumstances that affect conditions for peace and well-being.
Conceptually, Ikigai means finding one’s purpose in life. Ikigai translates to mean “reason for being.” When a person has found their passion, they own their journey, and they can live life with enthusiasm, high energy, and purpose. This e-learning course will explore three strategies for making Ikigai personal.