A Career Wellness Coach Says: Work Is Not Your Worth
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“Many people think their work is their worth,” says Robbie Green, MSIO, Executive Coach at Talking Talent, who goes on to make clear: It’s not. In this first-ever sequel of the show, part 2 of the previous episode with Talking Talent’s Teresa Hopke, Green offers ideas to help leaders overcome workaholism and set boundaries so they can support employees’ own efforts to do so. 

Enjoy this sample executive coaching session in podcast form. It’s full of “Robbie-isms” like this gem: “Setting boundaries teaches people how to treat you. Some folks learn slower than others, but that doesn't mean you should cancel the class.” 

Episode Highlights:

  • How leaders can show empathy even if they’re not natural empaths 
  • Learning to lead amid unprecedented uncertainty  
  • Why understanding that “your work is not your worth” makes you a better leader
  • Setting good examples for employees to foster their wellness
  • Why some people struggle to set boundaries and how to learn this skill
  • Setting work-life parameters that actually work
  • The need for leaders to accept that they don't have all the answers — and to courageously say so

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