Fit to Lead

Health is the first wealth. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson

LOREM IPSUM DOLOR

LOREM IPSUM DOLOR

LOREM IPSUM DOLOR

LOREM IPSUM DOLOR

I work for a wonderful company called the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL). Given that I am an exercise physiologist it does seem like an odd fit. What is an exercise physiologist doing with an organization that focusses exclusively on leadershp development?

The answer to that question could best be summed up by a quote from a recent article, "The rigors of leadership have prompted many leaders to think of themselves  as being in training, much like a professional athlete.... There is a growing recognition of the connection between physical health, emotional health, and judgement--and of how important it can be to have preciese routines for diet, sleep, exercise and staying connected." (McKinsey Quartely)

Stamina, energy, the ability to think clearly, and to manage pressure and the demands of the job are important leadership attributes. Eating a nutrient rich, plant-centered diet, regular exercise and good sleep have been shown to impact all of these in a profound and postive way



Yet many struggle to eat well and exercise regularly. It is my hope that this site will help support these efforts.








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