The Beginning Leader
Congratulations on beginning your journey…
“Although no one can go back and make a brand new start, anyone can start from now and make a brand new ending.” – Carl Bard
Book Suggestion: The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod
The Beginning Leader is generally someone who is working too much, making too little, and stressed & overwhelmed. Their businesses are often not profitable, and if they are, the leader is working double-time to make it happen. The Beginning Leader has a high employee turnover, that is, they are consistently losing team members to better opportunities, and hiring new. With the exception of a select few team members, the team that works for the Beginning Leader has worked for them less than a year, and is constantly looking for a better opportunity.
Being a Beginning Leader for your entire career is exhausting and your job feels like hard work, leading to burnout. Often Beginning Leaders are stressed, overwhelmed, and don’t see a way out.
There is help for you as a leader: an Executive Coach. Contact our Coaches today for a free consultation on your results.
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