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Transformational Leadership: From Exhausted To Energised

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In a world where our businesses and lives are often driven by exhausted minds, it’s crucial to find new ways to rejuvenate and energise ourselves and others.

In this episode, we dive deep into the heart of transformational leadership with an exceptional guest, Amy Elizabeth Fox.

Amy is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Mobius Executive Leadership. With her extensive experience as a senior leadership strategist, she has consulted with senior leadership on human capital, organizational health, and leadership development.

Amy is a leader in vertical development and for the last twenty years has led immersive leadership programs for CEOs and senior executives.  She is also a pioneer in trauma informed coaching and serves on the faculty of the African Leadership Institute’s program at Oxford University.

In our conversation, we discuss Amy’s insights on how to create the space for transformational leadership change, helping organisations move from exhaustion to inspiring heart led leadership.

We explore her journey, her work with major international organisations, and the strategies she employs to foster leadership that becomes revitalised. This includes the realisation by many large organisations who have worked with Amy that spirituality is the gold mine under the boardroom table.

Take a look at some of the key highlights from our conversation:

Self-Care and Vulnerability is Key

– Leaders need to value themselves without the need for constant accomplishments. It’s essential to take literal rest to recharge and refocus.

– Vulnerability is a strength. Recognising personal needs and building supportive tribes are crucial for emotional well-being.

Shifting Organisational Culture

– Traditional business models often neglect health, movement, rest, and emotions. It’s time to create work environments that prioritise these aspects to avoid feelings of emptiness and loneliness.

Leading with Compassion and Purpose

– The modern leader must go beyond profit-centric goals. Embrace characteristics like being a dreamer, lover, warrior, and thinker to make a positive societal impact.

– Building a workplace with shared purpose and care is vital for attracting and retaining talent.

If you’re a leader who’s striving for more but often finds yourself on the brink of burnout, this episode is a must-listen!

Join us as we uncover the antidote for transforming tired busy minds into happier, energised and high performing leaders, teams and employees and why this is an essential solution for a better more harmonious world.

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More about Amy Elizabeth Fox:

Amy Elizabeth Fox is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Mobius Executive Leadership. As a senior leadership strategist, she has extensive experience consulting to senior leadership on issues related to human capital, organizational health and leadership development. Amy has for many years spoken at numerous national industry gatherings and led workshops for corporate executives across the country in areas such as leadership communication and negotiation.

Prior to her current work, Amy was a senior trainer for Vantage Partners anchoring their corporate education delivery of Difficult Conversations: How to Discuss What Matters Most in both private and public sectors.

Earlier in her career Amy was the Director of Training and Organizational Development for Wellspace Inc., a health care start-up. Previously, she served as the Associate Director of the National Religious Partnership for the Environment, an educational initiative headed by Paul Gorman, Vice President Al Gore and Carl Sagan. She was Special Assistant to the Dean of Education, City College and Education Director of an in-patient alcohol rehabilitation hospital.

Amy is certified as an executive coach in the area of Emotional Intelligence by Hay/McBer and Associates, and as a trainer in the System for Analyzing Verbal Interaction by SAVI® Communications.

Amy is a psychotherapist who is affiliated with Cambridge Health Associates. She also serves as a Literary Scout for David Black Agency in New York City. Amy also serves on the board of Health Care Without Harm, a global environmental NGO. She received her B.A. from Wesleyan University and her master’s in Counselling Psychology from Lesley College. She lives in Wellesley, Massachusetts.