Jun 9, 2021
Executive functioning and getting enough rest are vital parts of emotional self-care that leaders struggle with daily often due to the high demands of their work. And yet many nonprofit leaders don’t recognize that focusing on improving their emotional self-care, can lead to an improvement in their and executive functioning skills and positively impact their work and their personal life.
In today's episode, we talk with Joycy Ann Lacombe, MA LMHC and founder of Illuminating Hope. Joycy is a licensed mental health counselor with over ten years of experience working with individuals, couples, and adolescents. She is the author of Getting Back To Me: A Book For Children and Adults on Emotional Regulation Which takes the whole family on a journey to learning fun and practical ways to self-regulate a variety of thoughts and feelings.
In our discussion, Joycy shares her own journey as well as stories of her work with individuals and couples who are overcoming executive functioning challenges and in some cases managing ADHD diagnosis. We discuss the often under-recognized ways that this impacts romantic relationships and productivity at work and examples of practical solutions.
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Joycy has a background in behavioral therapy. She is a huge proponent of helping people develop effective communication skills, namely through learning to clarify and reflect as the listener and sending direct messages as the speaker while assuming the best in each other.
If you’re in a nonprofit leadership role and struggling with anything we discussed in this episode, set up a free consultation here with Raven Waterman to explore how leadership coaching could work for you.