Do you ever struggle with the stress of wanting to do it all, yet end up feeling overwhelmed?
Most working women struggle with managing work-life balance. Especially women that are in leadership roles often face unique challenges.
Learn five work-life balance tips our guest Tara Elizabeth Lehner shared of how she went from a successful but stressful career to being a mindful manager coach.
The practices that work for her may also work for you. You may also lead your life and work with confidence and connection with minimum stress and maximum joy.
Tara is a mother of two, a coach for women new to leadership, and the host of Mindful People Managers Facebook group. After a successful but stressful career in clinical drug development, she developed certain practices that helped her transform her stress, develop a work-life balance, and dedicate herself to developing future generations of executives.
In this interview, we discussed;
Why is it essential to develop a work-life balance?
What challenges Tara faced with a high-pressure career and parenting?
Five practices that helped her reclaimed her balance!
How she helps new leaders lead with confidence and connection now!
Guide to giving feedback; for mindful managers
And we ended with my special on how to transform the simple act of cooking to a mindful activity.
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Let me know any additional tips that help you live a balanced life. The purpose of this program is to bring health and happiness to more than a million people. Join in the mission of transforming stress, preventing depression, and spreading health and happiness by sharing with others who may benefit.
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