Organisations expect leaders to have well-developed skills in people leadership, emotional intelligence, stakeholder relationships, strategic thinking, problem solving and more. In this day and age, shouldn’t we also expect leaders to be capable at developing wellbeing – for themselves, for the people they lead, and as champions of wellbeing across the organisation?
But how do you achieve this? Seasoned executive coaches Andrea Corcoran and Heather Linaker - who lead Stephenson Mansell Group’s business in Queensland – had been hearing this need more and more and were looking for a robust, credible and pragmatic way to tackle it.
They found it in the Global Leadership Wellbeing Survey and the framework that underpins it. It is powerful yet non-judgmental, and allows leaders to zero in on the aspects of well-being that are going well for an them, and their opportunities for positive change.