Relaxation helps a leader to come back to work highly energized and prepared to give his assignment the best shot.
When a leader is cranky and not at ease, she/he cannot give their best. Finding time to relax and recharge is a habit the leader must cultivate on a regular basis. First, relaxation helps the leader to rebuild his/herself, provide opportunity to give fresh and renewed strength to the body which is the leader’s greatest asset.
When the body is weak, sick or worn out, the first casualty is the leader, followed by his family and his assignment. To stay alive and be useful to all the parties, the leaders’ health and stability is of paramount interest to everyone in the value chain.