When women in the workplace become Ladies Who Lead, they not only feel alive… companies thrive!
Lori offers success strategies, intuitive insights, and a no-nonsense approach to improving the purpose, productivity, and profits of companies through legacy coaching their female executives and managers. When women are burned out and exhausted at work, entire corporations suffer.
That overwhelm directly impacts the health and well-being of families and communities. When women shift from burnout and overwhelm to finding more joy in their job through becoming a Lady Who Leads, they not only thrive, their families and communities also thrive!
- In July 2008, the Harvard Business School Working Forum found that U.S. employers spend 200 to 300% more on the indirect costs of healthcare (e.g. absenteeism, sick days and decreased productivity) than on health care premiums
- 63% of executives said they do not fully unplug and disconnect from work while they’re on vacation, even though 95% said they’re aware of the benefits of doing so
- In the U.S. private sector, there is a $224 billion vacation liability in PTO rollover
- A 2012 study showed that women in stressful jobs have a 40% greater risk for heart disease
- According to the CDC, 75% of American healthcare dollars are being spent on treating chronic conditions such as diabetes, heart disease and obesity, which can be brought on by higher levels of stress
- An article in the Wall Street Journal in May 2013 cited a Harvard Medical School study that found that 96% of leaders say they feel burned out
The Ladies Who Lead model of legacy-building and leadership teaches and trains female managers and executives on how to avoid burnout, distractions, and energy leaks while igniting their passion, purpose, productivity, and profitability.
Lori customizes her 6 and 12-month corporate programs based on each company’s specific goals, needs, and employees.