Our belief is the leaders of every organization needs a safe and confidential environment, where they can share their concerns and seek solutions without judgement. We have built a program that provides executive leaders the opportunity to address factors impacting their overall emotional wellness individually and in a small group of the corporate peers.
As leaders, we recognize that each organization has pressure points that can serve to distract, pull on, and drain corporate leadership in a way that is unique to C–Suite level leaders. These distractions can lead to lost opportunities, decreased revenue, job dissatisfaction, and physical and emotional health issues.
As an investment, organizations can improve their bottom lines, by ensuring that their leadership is being supported holistically. Studies provide clear evidence that leaders who are resilient, self-aware, hope-filled, and adaptable can create atmospheres of success within their organizations. Hence, we start our program by focusing how executive level leaders think, feel, and function from the inside and work our way out.
This approach allows our reach to extend beyond the executive into the organization which creates a cultural transformation and an opportunity for the leader and organization to thrive.
Doctor 2 Doctor provides its participants with the opportunity to share and learn in an environment that provides privacy, promotes insightfulness, and creates opportunities for meaningful exchanges and experiences at a personal and organizational level. Our program is unique in that we provide support for the executives and those who support them.
Meaning, we assist each executive in moving forward in their professional organization while also reaching back to their personal support systems to ensure that they are receiving the care they need to remain emotionally fit and supportive of their loved one in the leadership role.
Our goal is to uncover areas of concern and build strategies to improve deficits. We make your concerns our concerns and work together to help you create practical solutions and an approach that allows you to grow through organizational and relational challenges.
In case you’re wondering, we walk alongside our clients for a 12 month period to provide guidance, create measurable and meaningful outcomes, measure success, and provide feedback.
The next step is speaking to one of our program consultants.
“…Korn/Ferry International found that companies with strong financial performance tend to have employees with higher levels of self-awareness than poorly performing companies.”
– Chinwe Esimai, “Great Leadership Starts With Self- Awareness” Forbes.com, Feb, 2018
“For leaders who see themselves as their employees do, their employees tend to have a better relationship with them, feel more satisfied with them, and see them as more effective in general.”
– Archi Trujillo, Harvard Business Review, 2018
Increasing demands that extend beyond fiscal responsibilities and into the social, behavioral, and generational concerns of organizations means that leaders must be “on” all the time. When we add technology’s contribution to eroding the boundaries between personal time and our work days many leaders feel that they have to be available 24 hours a day. The continuous cycle of demands has high-lighted the impact to the
executive leaders well-being.
Multiple studies demonstrate that executive leaders are susceptible to performance pressures and see their performance negatively impacted as a result.
CEO’s that admitted fear of failure keeps them awake, more than any other concern.
Other concerns reported:
Data from a 2018 study commissioned by Norwest Venture Partners of 200 CEOs.
An immediate focus on self-care can’t be ignored. The news is filled with news of unexpected deaths and sudden departures in the C-Suite.
Anika Therapeutics Mourns the Sudden Passing of Joseph Darling, President and Chief Executive Officer
Anika Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ: ANIK) announced today with great sadness that Joseph Darling, its President and Chief Executive Officer, passed away unexpectedly on January 29, 2020 in Upstate New York. He was 62.
Globe Newswire January 29, 2020
Mark Hurd, co-CEO of Oracle, dies at 62
Mark Hurd, who was co-chief of Oracle and former head of HP during a period rocked by scandals, died Friday. He was 62.
CNBC.com Jordan Novet and Lauren Feiner, October 12, 2019
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