190. Expert Interview: Strategies to Help You Rest, Not Stress, on Sunday Nights
Teresa Wallace is the president of Agility Leadership Coaching and the Sunday Serenity Leadership Coach. She works with top performing leaders when new challenges threaten their long track records of success. Teresa uses a three-step process–Aware. Act. Achieve—to help her clients learn new skills to address the new challenges and get their confidence and peak performance back, so they can REST instead STRESS on Sunday nights.
Leadership Strategies to Help You Rest, not Stress, on Sunday Nights
When top performers find that their proven formulas for success have stopped working, they face a crisis of confidence. Often they ask themselves, “What happened? I used to be so successful at this. It always was so easy.” Or, “Why am I feeling the way I do? My confidence is shaken and I’m not performing at my peak right now.” Help is available to coach them back on track.
Why Is This Important?
The stress leaders feel when their confidence is shaken must be addressed so they can regain their mastery. Effective strategies help them act on questions such as, “Am I in the right career?” Or, “Is this the right role for me?” and, “How can I get the relationship back on track with my boss or my team?” In situations like these, it can be helpful to have guidance in self-assessment and re-evaluation.
What Are the Key Lessons Learned Here?
“Once we have a clear understanding of the issues at play, we can help leaders become aware, take appropriate actions, and achieve peak performance once again,” Teresa Wallace explains. Those issues might include a recent promotion, a change in responsibilities, changes in the management team or corporate policy. A methodical approach can address issues with the goal of restoring self-confidence and gaining new competencies.
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