When 96% of leaders experience some degree of burnout, it seems obvious that looking after our wellbeing should be a priority for all leaders and managers, but what does that look like?
Applied Positive Psychology researcher and CWN member, Charlotte Wiseman, will join us to share her pioneering research into CEO burnout and leadership wellbeing. Due to be published in Leadership Quarterly next year, Charlotte has interviewed top performing CEOs to explore their experience of burnout and understand resilience, mental fitness and what this means for leaders and their teams. This offers a unique insight into what leaders can do to maintain their wellbeing and optimise their performance when under pressure.
In this session we will focus on the role of values in this equation. We will explore our own personal value sets, how this contributes to meaningful work and go one step further to explore how this can help us in seeking new opportunities or hiring new team members. Whether you manage a team of 200 or are simply looking to manage your own wellbeing more effectively, this session is a one-off opportunity to get the latest tips on practical ways to improve your own wellbeing and ensure that you are ‘fit to lead’.
About Charlotte Wiseman
Charlotte is a positive organisational psychology consultant and leadership trainer known for her pioneering work in the field of mental fitness. It was her own personal journey overcoming chronic stress, anxiety and depression that first led her to explore applied positive psychology techniques in 2009. The changes she experienced were so inspiring that she subsequently left her long standing career in the fashion industry to pursue an MSc in Applied Positive Psychology and Coaching Psychology and Mental Health First Aid Trainer qualifications. Charlotte now works with clients such as Accenture, Soho House and Audible, to enable individuals and organisations to optimise their potential through mental fitness, sustainable leadership and positive work cultures. She is a member of the British Psychological Society, International Positive Psychology Association and has been featured in the Journal of Public Mental Health.
Member: tickets are free, however, have the option of making a donation to WOW by choosing one of the Member 'donation' tickets.
Non-member: There is a nominal charge (a choice between a £10, £15 and £20 ticket price), with all money raised going to CWN’s charity partner, Wellbeing of Women (WOW).
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