What a wonderful world it would be if every day we woke up with a song on our lips, joy in our heart, feet that aren’t sore, a back that doesn’t ache as well as the energy to accomplish everything planned. As leaders in a hustling work environment, as leaders in our homes, as leaders in the social arena, how do we accomplish our commitments without compromising ourselves?
These simple tips will add to your energy level during the day and allow you more time to share your energy with others.
- Prioritize your energy – lightning bolts seem random yet they only strike when the element are just right. Where are your lightning bolts striking?
- Market your energy – is your energy “on sale” or is it “free gift with purchase”? Your energy has intrinsic value, be sure to leverage it correctly.
- Recharge – how do you get others to charge up your energy level?
Too easy, you say? Join us and add your successful methods of leadership energy.
Sarah E. Hurst, Corporate Training Manager, Stewart & Stevenson LLC
Sarah E. Hurst is the Training Manager of Stewart & Stevenson Services, Inc., Houston, Texas. She has been active in training since 1991. Sarah has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Texas, Austin. In 1996 she completed the Training and Development Certification program at the University of Houston, Division of Distance and Continuing Education. After serving in many ATD volunteer roles she was President of the ASTD Houston Chapter for 2011. In 2012 she received her Master Trainer certification from ATD.
In 2014 she was the Quality Manager for the Stewart & Stevenson Training Center’s team completing the ISO 9001 certification process. Sarah works closely with Stewart & Stevenson’s Human Resources, Environmental Health & Safety and Quality Departments to create conference and meeting materials. Sarah presented at the ATD Leadership Conference in 2007, 2008 and 2009. Two of her experiential learning activities are published in Elaine Biech, Pfeiffer Annual Consulting books.