Session: Create Your Radical Energy Recovery Protocol - Optimize Your Energy, End Burnout, and Transform Your Leadership and Impact
When it comes to C-suite leadership positions it is hardly a newsflash that women face a number of challenges including work/life balance, workplace flexibility, social isolation, extreme stress, and burnout. A 2021 McKinsey & Co and Lean In study on Women in the Workplace found that women are now - almost two years into the pandemic - significantly more burned out, and increasingly more so than men. While there is no shortage of corporate wellness and wellbeing programs, women in the C-suite who are mothers need a new way to reframe their wellbeing by looking at ways to optimize their energy. In this experiential workshop executive and senior women leaders learn how to reframe the burnout battle into a quest for personal energy cultivation for themselves and their teams. By the end of this presentation, participants will be able to:
1. Identify the key sources of burnout for themselves and their team
2. Demystify energy leaks and how they contribute to burnout
3. Learn how to create a Radical Energy Recovery Protocol for themselves and their team
- 1. Identify the key sources of burnout for themselves and their team 2. Demystify energy leaks and how they contribute to burnout 3. Learn how to create a Radical Energy Recovery Protocol for themselves and their team
Natalia Gabrea is a certified Co-Active, power and peak performance executive leadership coach. She brings a black belt mastery mindset to senior leaders who hold compelling long-term visions for impact. Her Sixth Degree Leadership™ Method introduces the essential pillars of energy management required for sustained exceptional results, longevity and wellbeing. Natalia believes that movement is the foundation for having a healthy body and mind and the catalyst for emotional healing, growth and creative self-expression. Natalia is a fierce advocate for mental health in our communities and inside corporations where she speaks openly about overcoming the stigma that exists around it. Natalia received her BS degree in Chemical Engineering from Stanford University, and her MBA from the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley. She has a third-degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do and is a certified Qigong and Tai Chi instructor from the Institute of Integral Qigong and Tai Chi in Santa Barbara.