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The Problem

Since one of the biggest obstacles for organizations today is the failure to adapt to change, leaders must have increasingly higher levels of innate mental toughness. In 1955, the average time on the Fortune 500 list was 75 years. Today it is 14.5. For organizations to ascend and survive impending change, it requires strong leaders who can deliver on a more consistent level.

The Solution

Ensuring that an organizations leadership is agile, resilient and mentally tough requires a focused effort that must begin with addressing the self-care needs of its leaders - mentally, emotionally, and physically. With deliberate practice, the ability for organizations to bounce back stronger and faster can be significantly improved enhancing the wellbeing of the organization as well as its leaders.

Pam shows leaders how to model a culture of innovation where self-care is encouraged and valued. Leaders reach optimal performance levels and reap sustainable rewards.

Your Audience Will Discover

  • The 3 secrets of Fortune 500 leaders for developing mental strength

  • 7 valuable methods to prevent burnout and breakdown

  • Science-based approaches to achieve and maintain peak performance during change

To achieve long-term sustainability you need to weave change principles into the very heart and soul of your business.