According to executive coach Ritu Gupta Mehrish, all leaders, at some point, feel “blocked.” Drawing on her experience working with organizations like P&G, Mehrish points out that while information on how leaders can boost their effectiveness abounds, finding practical help for dealing with your emotions if you’re in a leadership position is another story. In the past, people didn’t discuss what she dubs “leader’s block,” but organizations can’t survive if their leaders feel unable to perform well. The solution, Mehrish says, is to identify what may be blocking your leaders, and take steps to help them return to full effectiveness.
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Executive coach and frequent public speaker Ritu Gupta Mehrish has 20 years of experience working with major corporations.
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