"There’s a Proven Link Between Effective Leadership and Getting Enough Sleep. In our hyper-connected, 24/7 world, many of us are losing sleep" - Harvard Business Review.
Comparing survey results from few sources we keep seeing this trend. 4 out of 10 (43%) of Leaders do not get enough sleep at least four nights a week. Such sleep deficiencies can undermine important forms of leadership behavior and eventually hurt financial performance. Improving both individual well-being and organizational efficiency and effectiveness is a pressing matter that needs attention.
The link between sleep and organizational leadership
The last part of our brain to evolve was the neocortex, responsible for functions such as sensory perception, motor commands, and language. The frontal part of the neocortex, the prefrontal cortex, directs what psychologists call executive functioning, including all the higher-order cognitive processes, such as problem solving, reasoning, organizing, inhibition, planning, and executing plans. These processes help us get things done.
It’s long been known that all leadership behavior relies on at least one (and often more than one) of these executive functions, and therefore, in particular, on the prefrontal cortex. Neuroscientists know that although other brain areas can cope relatively well with too little sleep, the prefrontal cortex cannot. Basic visual and motor skills deteriorate when people are deprived of sleep, but not nearly to the same extent as higher-order mental skills
We have developed a Tutorial Guide
To help you sleep better, let us show you how to:
Focus and avoid distractions while at the same time seeing the bigger picture | Operating with a strong orientation to results.
Leading to new insights | Solving problems effectively by planning strategically.
Prevent burnout | consolidate different perspectives | Weigh the relative significance of different inputs accurately using KPI's.
Prevent burnout | Increasing engagement and distributing accountability.
What is this Tutorial About?
Learning how to build and implement strategic initiatives derived from "Proactive Thinking".
Providing effective support to your team by keeping all focused and aligned with meaningful goals.
Building and benefiting from a support structure by using action teams.
Getting ideas out of your head and converting them into action plans.
Sharing your journey and getting additional insights and encouragement | Advice from functional experts.
Including planning review time into your Leader Standard Work | Policy Deployment [Hoshin Kanri]
Being guided and Mentored for successful implementation | Class collaboration, personal coaching.
Performance Review and Reflection on your accomplishments.
Included in this Tutorial
Delivery, Duration and Investment Four week duration
On-Demand E-Learning Sessions [1 hour each week]
Five On-On-One coaching sessions [40 minutes each]
Class Collaboration Sessions [1 hour each]
Four week Tutorial Cycle from commencement.
$1,000.00 per person.
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