Being At Your Best, Even With All The Demands and Expectations - Stacey O
When you have so many demands and expectations coming at you, and you’re up against tight deadlines, it’s easy to feel overloaded and pulled in too many directions. You might find yourself feeling unfocused or overwhelmed, working more hours than you’d like, or sacrificing your well-being and personal time just to keep up. Yet, this is the very approach keeping you from performing at the level you know you are capable of and being as successful as you can be.
How do you focus on what really matters? How does a positive attitude make a powerful difference in your performance and results? How do you be the leader you want to be and produce your best work even in stressful situations? How is working longer hours making things harder than they need to be? What’s a more fulfilling and enjoyable way to work and give your best?
In this light and engaging presentation with Stacey, you’ll discover answers to these questions, along with simple, well-proven strategies to implement into your life right away. Find out how to be at your best at work, regardless of what’s going on around you, so that you can perform even better and enjoy your days so much more.
Stacey L. Olson, CPPC, PMP
Stacey works with busy corporate leaders who want to slow down, feel less stressed and be more balanced so they can lead even stronger and enjoy life fully. She has more than 10 years of corporate experience at Saskatchewan Crown corporations and FCC, is a Certified Positive Psychology Coach, International Coach Federation (ICF) member, and trains in resilience, mindfulness and leadership.
Stacey is the founder of the Be At Your Best 90-Day Transformational Coaching Program and also offers executive coaching, workshops and speaking. She lives in Regina, with her husband of 14 years and has three kids – a 27-year-old stepdaughter, and 9- and 11-year-old boys. Stacey has also gone through her own transformational change from ‘close to burning out’ to thriving no matter the circumstance, professionally and personally.