You Say You're in Charge of Your Team, But Who's in Charge of Your Health with Geoff McLachlan
No More Leadership BS
You Say You're in Charge of Your Team, But Who's in Charge of Your Health with Geoff McLachlan
February 7, 2024
Everyone is on their own journey. The difference in how people travel efficiently and get to their destination in good health. Leading people brings a lot of stress by nature. It can be compounded by physical manifestations of stress. This can look like physical maladies such as stomach trouble, headaches, or heart problems. Before that, stress can look like binge-eating, eating all the wrong things, giving up exercising, or consistent mindless snacking. People in leadership roles cannot be and cannot be expected to be dead-center of their height-weight bell curve. But anyone could pay attention to how their nutrition, diet, and stress all interact to paint a large portion of their health picture. If or when you are ready to make changes, here are some ideas: 1. Small disciplines lead to big changes - Just a few small changes in your daily routine, such as taking a short walk or reducing meeting times, can have a significant impact on both physical and mental health. 2. Seek outside help and advice - Don't be afraid to reach out to someone you trust for support and guidance. Whether it's a coach, mentor, or friend, an outside perspective can be invaluable in navigating your journey. 3. Value your well-being - Recognize that physical health directly impacts your mental well-being and leadership skills. By prioritizing your health, you'll be better equipped to lead and support others effectively. As humans, we are not awesome at having clear introspection. If that's the case, an outside perspective can be invaluable. Sometimes that perspective comes from a friend or coach. Sometimes it comes in the way others demonstrate behavior toward you. If you're figuratively biting people's heads off, they're not going to come to you with ideas and questions, If people change how they behave around you, it is likely a reflection of your actions, not theirs. The No More Leadership BS team have been down this road many times. We offer observations, insights, and recommendations regarding your cognitively difficult job as a leader and how that can, and does, affect your physical health and wellbeing.
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