Energy leadership brings engagement to life. Energy defines us as individuals and as leaders in how we show up at work, how we inspire others, and in the language we use to convey energy for ourselves and for our employees. These are all important aspects of energetic leadership.
We are all in some stage of transition in our professions and careers. It doesn’t matter if you are planning a minor adjustment or a life-changing transition, without the proper tools and perspective, it is easy to become overwhelmed. Self-care is often sacrificed for the greater cause. Transition doesn’t have to be a frightening or daunting task. The key is to set yourself up for success in ways that keep in step with the transition plan, maintain balance, and keep your sanity.
Energetic leaders who are powerful and inspiring approach challenges as entrepreneurs; every challenge is an opportunity. They don’t view setbacks as failures but as chances to grow.
Lucas Evangelista, BS, CPC