Leaders: Recognize the effects of power stress now to avoid burn up or burnout!
Leaders today face many unique challenges. Being a leader has several inherent benefits as well as challenges. One challenge is “power stress” which results from the demand for influencing others and the increased responsibility of a CEO’s high level position.
Power stress is considered to be part of the unique experience of being in a leadership role which results from constantly having to exercising influence on others and the subsequent sense of responsibility felt by those in leadership positions.
Other signs of impending burn out are:
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And Part 3: Leaders: 7 signs your stress is effecting your team’s productivity
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Christina Haxton is the Chief Potential Officer & Founder of The Center for Sustainable Strategies, a business strategy & executive advisory company, assisting technology and life science entrepreneurs, business owners & CEOs to build a strong, purpose-driven company, achieve sustainable growth & avoid burnout. Contact Christina at (970) 387-8935 or firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about speaking, training, coaching and consulting solutions for yourself or your company.