Working under high pressure in a complex everyday life is a condition for most managers. Many leaders have a high stress threshold and can cope with enormous pressure for a long time without burning out.
This is good for the company's results in the short run. But in the long run, the manager's brain can become overloaded, and it affects the manager himself/herself, the employees, the family and the company's results.
Leaders burn out every single day because they have ignored the signs that something is wrong for too long. Lack of sleep, unpleasant feelings in the stomach, worries and thought ruminations are some of the signs I often hear being ignored.
Unfortunately, many leaders think they need to drop their ambitions to get better. That is not true! There are solutions where you hold on to your goals and you achieve your results - you just do it with calm and overview, even if there is chaos around your
The world's most talented leaders understand the secret of time, and they know how to create time for the most important things while remaining calm in the daily chaos. These are the techniques we work with in the management program.
When you start in the program with 1-1 sparring, your everyday life will be the foundation of every session. Using concrete tools and insight into your own behavior as a leader, you build a clear leadership style with a sharp awareness of your authority and integrity.
You will set the direction of your life as a leader and as a human being, and you get to know your basic values very well, thereby they become a compass for you in life.
We work with you habits, motivation and self-management - and we are based on the latest brain research and concrete tools that you can go home and act on immediately.
We do NOT work with time management, classic efficiency training and calendar management - you already know enough, and it may be a waste of time to implement yet another system.
Your everyday life with employees, management teams, budgets, partners, etc. is your training ground - and this is where you build your new habits.
You need to feel ready when you start in a leadership development program. If you are not ready, we can easily waste each other's time. Therefore, it can be a good idea to start by setting a goal for your next development, and that you take the time to find it.
Below is a link to an exercise that many talented leaders use to become more specific on their ambitions and development goals. You do not have to have set a perfect goal to get started, but having some thoughts and a sense of your direction is always a good start.
If, on the other hand, you are ready for a clarifying interview, you are welcome to book a non-committal telephone interview.