Your Healthy Leader Rating Is: “Succeeding”

Most days you’re feeling calm and productive.

Common Feelings of Those Who

Are Succeding As Healthy Leaders:


  • You understand the principles involved in energy management, and use healthy leadership skills most of the time.


  • You feel both refreshed and engaged most days.


  • You mostly operate from a clear sense of what’s most valuable to you — and the organization in which you work.


  • You regularly discern and deliver against value-filled priorities and decisions come easily.


  • You let the “background noise” belonging to others just go by without reacting.


  • You spend most of your time focused on the present.


  • You value learning from past events and anticipate future events as a series of possibilities.


  • Giving and receiving feedback comes easily and you know when to ask for help.


  • You realize that communication is always about those that receive it and effectively tailor your approach.


  • You self-advocate effectively.


  • You know life is filled with opportunities – you love to explore, discover, and learn new things.


  • Your energy is focused, your activities are aligned, your values are central, and your performance / engagement is high. 

What can help:


Since you’re already a healthy leader, you know that everyone can benefit from new tools and approaches. Complete our “Heathy Leader Toolkit” series of self-paced, online training modules to help sharpen your healthy leadership skills. See the information to the right for more information.


Make an investment in yourself — become a healthier leader!


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Purchase Our Healthy Leader Toolkit (Just $549)

Immediately-applicable concepts supported by step-by-step tools and templates


21 skills across 7 competencies with focused learning paths

to help you meet your most pressing leadership needs

We’ll let you know when our “Healthy Leader Toolkit” is available!

Healthier leaders have better performing teams

Healthy companies, we know, dramatically outperform their peers. The proof is strong—the top quartile of publicly traded companies in McKinsey’s Organizational Health Index (OHI) delivers roughly three times the returns to shareholders as those in the bottom quartile. (McKinsey and Co.)