STAYING ALIVE: SUSTAINING LEADERSHIP IN THE FACE OF CRISIS
Leadership is a difficult act. There might be moments in which you feel overwhelmed by the workloads and demands. Or you might feel disillusioned by resistance to your work, feel misunderstood or underappreciated – you might even be fired from a position or marginalized. At other times, you might feel paralyzed and have a hard time getting anything done.
When you’re engaged with this tough work of leadership, it’s vital that you don’t add further challenges by being your own worst enemy – be it by piling on further to-dos, not allowing yourself breaks, or by berating yourself.
Avoiding these obstacles requires deep stability in the face of uncertainty. Sustaining leadership requires a set of ongoing practices for self-care and reconnection to purpose. This session will help you gain new understandings of your role in leadership and take actionable steps toward sustaining yourself for the long term. Your will explore the struggles you may be encountering in your work and discover anchoring practices, mindsets and strategies to keep your fire burning.
In this workshop, you’ll learn
• To differentiate between self and role
• To differentiate between allies and confidants and analyze who are the people how support you most
• To understand the need for anchoring places, practices, and people
• To find sources of rejuvenation in your life
• To recommit to practices that will sustain you for the long-term
Wherever you are in your journey, this session will provide you with key insights and actionable next steps for sustaining your leadership in the long term.