A survey conducted by Stanford University professor David F. Larcker in 2013, recognized that top executives feel the overwhelming emotional and psychological stress of divorce. The intensity of this stress will cause detrimental effects on your role as a leader in your company.
American businesses lose $150 billion annually from the loss of productivity due to the stress of divorce.
– Harvard Business Review
What is it costing you?
During a divorce, your lack of productivity, concentration, creativity, and energy will affect your judgment and ability to accurately assess and take the necessary risks for your stakeholders—putting the company, and your career, at risk.
Countless studies have found a causal link between divorce and lowered productivity. Without guidance and support you’ll be at the constant effect of reactivity, irritability, anxiety, and instability in every part of your life – especially at the office. These effects, if not resolved, will last many months or even years.
How can you quickly stop reliving the thoughts, pain, and experiences of your divorce?
Seeking help is the first step.
We know that divorce is a devastating event in your life, but it does not define you.
Our proven, highly personalized 12-week, CEO Divorce Support program is designed to get you out of survival mode and on the path to a happy, stable, successful life during and after your divorce.
Our focus is to help you concentrate in your role and be able to make timely, sound decisions in your work, and life.
What will you learn?
With one-on-one access to Nick Meima, the Founder of CEO Divorce Support, you’ll learn how to:
- Bring focus and concentration back in to your professional role
- Prepare for important, meetings, speeches and presentations during the most intense part of your divorce process
- Become more stable emotionally; managing the overwhelm related to being divorced
- Move from coping and “getting by” to growing, transforming and healing
- Develop greater confidence in your ability to deal with day to changes and unpredictability associated with your relationship ending
- Gain leverage in dealing with anger, grief, resentment, guilt, confusion and rejection
You’ll also learn new tools for:
- Better communication
- Helping you stop reacting to your ex
- Learning how the divorce process can strengthen your relationship with your children
- Learning which thought patterns are stopping you from creating more success
- Learning how to be more empowered in all your relationships
- Getting support at just the right time to make today successful
I run a $200 million company. When my marriage ended, I went into an emotional tailspin. Divorce eliminated my idea of the perfect future. I could not be as successful as I am today without Nick’s support and coaching. He helped me get through the worst parts of divorce.” – CEO, Advertising Agency
It’s impossible to recover from your divorce alone!
Time doesn’t heal all wounds. It scabs all wounds.
We give you the skills you need to turn your divorce experience into something you can learn and grow from.
We’ve built the CEO Divorce Support program to help you break out of the cycle of pain and loss and create a life of happiness and success.
And when you complete it, you’ll be able to successfully integrate key learnings into your personal and professional life.
We give you the skills you need to turn your divorce experience into something you can learn and grow from. You will be able to deepen your understanding of yourself, make sound decisions, set new boundaries, create more meaningful relationships, and take charge of your life.
We work with professionals all over the world. Contact us today to start your 12-week journey to happiness.
“I was fortunate to become successful at a young age and I love my work. When my marriage fell apart, a lot of other life factors came into perspective. I had to learn how to raise my children by myself. Nick’s business acumen and personal experience with divorce made him well equipped to support me through my life post-divorce.” – Principal, Large REIT in the Midwest