The expectation to do more in less time has hit executives harder than most. Usually confident, well-educated and highly ambitious, executives have found themselves with so much on their mind they can't leave it behind at the office door.
To help executives enjoy their personal life and gain a more peaceful mind, Personal & Executive Coach Jacqueline Pigdon has launched a special program to help executives become fully engaged with their family when at home.
'Being busy at work certainly isn't a new phenomenon' explains Jacqueline, who has been helping people gain work/life balance for several years. 'But for many senior executives this is the first time they feel that they're losing control and the effects can be devastating for their stress levels, sleeping habits and their family relationships.'
Jacqueline's program will work on two areas at the same time: overcoming stressful issues at work and putting together a practical plan to help them get back their work/life balance even if they require to do some work at home.
Although it's crucial to keep your job and provide for your self and family, Jacqueline argues, it doesn't help when you constantly bring work home at the risk of missing out on quality and focused personal time and time spent with your partner and children.
The program will point out how senior executives can leave their work at the office door and arrive home with a peaceful and happy mindset and achieve both career success and a happy home life at the same time.
For more information contact Jacqueline Pigdon T: +61 (0) 404 362 379 E: firstname.lastname@example.org