Executive Presence Perspectives on Corporate Well-being
“The most important thing you can do, our qualitative data shows, is to signal fitness and wellness. It’s not how much you weigh, but how resilient you seem that enhances or detracts from your executive presence.”
— Sylvia Ann Hewlett, Founder and CEO of the Center for Talent Innovation, author of numerous articles and 12 critically acclaimed books including, Executive Presence: The missing link between merit and success.
It is the commitment to personal Well-being that allows aspiring leaders at every level to confront pressure, burn the midnight oil and meet exacting deadlines –when faced with the inevitability of crunch time.
“Exercise is the most transformative thing you can do for your brain. A single workout can improve your ability to shift and focus attention.”
— Dr. Wendy Suzuki, Neuroscientist and author of Healthy Brain, Happy Life, speaking at the TEDWomen November 2017 conference
Providing the body – and brain – with the right nutrients through a balanced diet is vital. When nutritious food is combined with regular exercise, the reward is an enhanced and continuous stream of energy and good health.
By subscribing to the merits of a healthy lifestyle, people in the corporate trenches are better equipped to sustain and even stretch their performance when circumstances demand.
“Today’s challenging business climate requires every top executive to be perfectly fit both mentally and physically.”
— Leonard Lauder, Retired Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Estee Lauder Companies, Inc.
We recognize that the complex challenges of the corporate world are best managed when the body, mind, and spirit are in harmony.
Mindfulness, the psychological process of bringing one’s attention to experiences occurring in the present moment, is proven to significantly reduce anxiety, rumination and even depression. With its mental and physical benefits, mindfulness is a powerful antidote to the stresses of modern corporate life.