Revel Gordon, Director, International Coach Federation Australasia

It is often impossible to predict the challenges a leader will face on any given day, let alone weeks or months into the future. In this volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (VUCA) reality, personal resilience is one of the most powerful capabilities executives need in order to succeed. Fortunately, resilience - the capacity to deal with and bounce back from challenges - is a developable capability. Here are some practical and evidence-based ways to do so.

the ceo magazine, executive health,
Danna Korn, Co-Founder & CEO, Sonic Boom Wellness

Entrepreneurs are forced to move a mile a minute.  We carry an entire business on our shoulders, with a constant stream of employees coming to us for guidance (not to mention feeling responsible for the livelihood of all these employees – on top of wondering if we’re actually going to make it, or end up financially ruined ourselves).  It can all become incredibly overwhelming incredibly quickly.

ceo health - the ceo magazine

CEOs make important decisions everyday that affect an entire company. Setting the direction for where a company is headed requires lots of brainpower; however, many of the habits that some CEOs exhibit have a huge impact on cognitive performance and brain health. From lack of sleep, poor dietary habits, stress, lack of exercise, and smoking, these habits can severely affect decisions that a CEO makes.



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