BEAM’s Conscious Leadership video series returns with Mary Barrett sharing how leaders balance work demands, wellbeing and fitness.

Since international borders re-opened, BEAM has travelled to different cities to connect with business leaders.

We wanted to understand how they have been coping with work demands, and the findings were that most leaders have been optimistic about the future despite the tumultuous business landscape.  However, managing constant rapid changes was starting to take a toll on some leaders’ sense of focus. Others were struggling to balance energy levels.

“We can’t be creative by sitting behind our desk,” said Master Leader Coach Mary Barrett. It is important for leaders to be there for their team. It is paramount that they do it with self-care.

BEAM searched our content library to bring you soundbites from one of our recent events, Force of Change. We categorised these soundbites into three themes – form, flow and fear.

The first of three videos in this episode focuses on form. Form is about being the best of ourselves mentally and physically, at home and work. Barrett suggested four “rooms” where leaders reconnect with themselves as a practice of getting their minds ready to strive for the right goals.

Whether it is new viruses, political instability or a looming recession, our resilience will continue to be tested.

Connect with the BEAM team via hello@untangledgroup.com and let us help you BEAM!

El Kwang

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Recognised in his global network as an ideas man who sees opportunities in every encounter. He looks for ways to connect dynamic people from across disciplines to unearth the potential for great ideas to become outstanding. With more than 20 years of experience in the hospitality, tourism and business events industry, both as a content strategist and a designer of immersive experiences around the globe, El established BEAM and built a team of Engagers committed to playing a vital part in ensuring that the world continues to move forward with innovation, growth and positivity.

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