Not long ago, I was invited to work with a group of distinguished nurse leaders from around the country. We were starting a year-long process that included individual executive coaching for each leader. As we discussed our coming work together, it became clear that many of these leaders had concerns about time. Some of them literally said, “I don’t have time” for executive coaching or reflecting on their leadership.
I felt such empathy. How many of us say, “I don’t have time” at least once a day? How many more times a day do we feel this way, even if we don’t say it? All too often our best efforts to manage time do not lead to the satisfying, well-balanced lives we envision. Instead, many of us feel frazzled and busier than ever…Read The Full Article