Top talent performance varies depending on the culture they are in. Fortunately, it’s possible to design company cultures where these exceptional achievers thrive. Successfully empowering high achievers is a matter of moving away from more generic philosophies of work-life balance and “one size fits all” concepts to a more personalized approach. When high achievers are in flow, they are unstoppable; when they are at their most creative, they come up with groundbreaking ideas; and when they thrive, they achieve greatness. This workshop is designed to support high achievers in creating an advanced lifestyle design in addition to the support they receive from your company’s culture.
Attendees will Learn
-How to move into a more personalized advanced lifestyle design
-How structural limitations can be re-framed
-How to reduce stress, boost productivity, and increase wellbeing even through uncertainty
About this Speaker
Therése brings more than 18 years of entrepreneurial experience to her executive coaching and cultural consulting practice, where she has developed proprietary frameworks proven to deliver transformative change in both fast-growing companies and large corporations. She is re-imagining the workplace by supporting companies in becoming more people and purpose-centric. She is an Executive Coach and Performance Coach for high achieving founders, investors, and C-level executives and is an internationally recognized keynote speaker on achieving a people and purpose-centric culture. Through this work she has inspired more than 30,000 people in over 10 countries, engaging with audiences from 5 to 5000.
Education and Experience
- Guest lecturer at the Royal Institute of Technology and the Stockholm School of Entrepreneurship
- Named "one of the most influential and impactful people in the Nordics" The list is equivalent to the 'Forbes 30 under 30' and 'Forbes 40 under 40' in the United States.
- Received the Future Innovator Award
- Executive Coach and Performance Coach
- Internationally recognized Keynote Speaker