If you’ve ever flown on an airplane, the flight safety briefing explains how in the event of an emergency, you must put your oxygen mask on first before helping others.
Yet, leaders often overlook their own well-being during times of high stress. You can’t expect to help others if you haven’t first helped yourself.
To be a great leader of others means to first take care of yourself. Your entire team looks to you to set the tone and show how to manage an entire organization.
What employees often don’t see is how self-care starts from within.