Executive Vitality Tips

Executive Vitality™We believe your vitality is among your most precious commodities. The more vitality you have, the more able you are to focus, to achieve, and to enjoy. If you have vitality, you have the exuberance, the physical stamina, and mental and emotional vigor to pursue your vision and mission as well as live the values of your organization. As CEO of EXCN, I am passionate about helping executives improve not only their leadership performance but also their Executive Vitality™. Every month we publish Breakaway Performance – Ideas that transform the way you work — with tips about well-being and good health. I hope these tips will help you focus on your vitality.

Alyssa Freas, Ph.D.
CEO & President
Executive Coaching Network, Inc.


Executive Vitality™: An Implicit Bias – Body Weight

Executive Vitality™: An Implicit Bias – Body Weight

“Yes, you can still be fired for being fat,” screams the headline on a recently published article on the landscape of laws and attitudes toward obesity and work. Body weight is a personal issue. But […]

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Executive Vitality™: Anxiety and The Impact of Global Events

Executive Vitality™: Anxiety and The Impact of Global Events

Just when we thought maybe the pandemic was winding down, and soon we would be getting back to “normal” (whatever that is), Russia initiated another brutal and senseless war. This has caused many otherwise healthy […]

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Executive Vitality™: What Top Talent Wants

Executive Vitality™: What Top Talent Wants

What top talent wants is a crucial issue to reverse engineer in your company. It isn’t hard to figure out once you get into the correct frame of mind. Consider this. Everyone who works for […]

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Executive Vitality™: Why Leaders Should Consider Therapy

Executive Vitality™: Why Leaders Should Consider Therapy

Therapy can make you a better leader – here’s how Therapy can help you improve your demeanor and executive presence, and that benefits everyone. Coping with job pressures effectively, maintaining life balance, and increasing your […]

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Executive Vitality™: How To Keep A Cool Head At Work

Executive Vitality™: How To Keep A Cool Head At Work

We need solid coping skills, now more than ever, so that we can maintain our composure in the workplace. While staying composed at work has always been important, the pressure at work seems to be […]

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Executive Vitality™: Quick and Easy Stress Relief

Executive Vitality™: Quick and Easy Stress Relief

Thanksgiving is over.  We hope it was restful and rejuvenating.  For some people, Thanksgiving can be stressful and for many, holiday stress is just beginning. WebMD published a set of stress-relief tips entitled How to […]

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Executive Vitality™: Restorative Holidays

Executive Vitality™: Restorative Holidays

The holidays are coming—they are fast upon us. For many – if not most people – it is important to prepare mentally, physically, and emotionally to avoid stress and maximize your holiday time as a […]

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Executive Vitality™: Me First

Executive Vitality™: Me First

To avoid crisis and burnout, put yourself first on your calendar. Have you given up your “me-time” in the past 18 months to take care of others? Many people have, and this exacts a very […]

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Executive Vitality™: Playing the Long Game

Executive Vitality™: Playing the Long Game

“The future depends on what we do in the present.” – Mahatma Gandhi We all generally agree that a business needs to have a vision, mission, values, and a strategic plan to ensure goals are […]

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Executive Vitality™: Mental Health During the Pandemic

Executive Vitality™: Mental Health During the Pandemic

Protecting and caring for your mental health, and that of your employees, is extremely important today. Let’s face it, the past 16 months have been incredibly challenging. At EXCN, we provide executive coaching for leaders […]

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