Among your many challenges are building a cohesive, collaborative leadership team. Getting alignment, buy-in and productivity out
of people is not an easy task. In a larger organization you have others angling for your position, chomping at your heels. So you are constantly under tremendous pressure.
The environment is dynamic, and in a continuous state of change. You’re constantly juggling priorities, people issues and demands. It’s hard to stay ahead of the game. If you are like most executives, you have had to sacrifice time with your loved ones to get where you are. Managing work/life balance is a perpetual challenge. And almost impossible to achieve.
So that is the continual stress inherent in the position. It’s not supposed to be easy. At the end of the day, it’s your job to drive top of the line revenue and profitability. It’s your job to put on a good face. It’s why you get paid the big bucks … as they say.
On top of all this, there are deeper levels of stress that most people prefer to ignore.
Now let’s take a closer look at stress that is above and beyond what we consider normal for executives, on top of stress that comes with the territory.Download Article 1K Club