People don’t leave bad jobs. They leave bad leaders.
The world we live in is complex, changes quickly, and offers little stability and clarity.
This makes leadership more challenging than ever. Because how do you deal with a ‘never normal’ environment? How do you take care of your employees and yourself when you know that the risks of too much stress and burnout are increasing? How do you weigh the interests of employees and the interests of the organization against each other? And how do you stay with yourself as a leader and therefore remain authentic?
How is that possible? That is Embodied Leadership in action. You see people acting in a way in which their actions are embodied in who they are.
Embodiment is when your actions consistently reflect your values and commitment, especially under pressure. If you stay embodied under pressure, you become an inspiring leader in your personal life and for your team.