Be Well, Lead Well

Today is National Stress Awareness day, an annual event that aims to promote awareness of and aid for excessive stresses – and ways to deal with them – in our everyday lives in a rapidly changing world.

At Hathaway Brown, the well-being of our students and faculty/staff is so important that it’s part of the school’s strategic plan. Girls and women at HB are re-imagining leadership, broadening the definition of the term beyond titles and rank through our Be Well, Lead Well philosophy. Their sense of leadership is expanding to reflect a world that is hyper-connected and rapidly changing, and girls today want to become intentional leaders of their own lives while working to make the world a better place. Addressing HB students’ needs as emerging leaders requires immersing them in a culture that helps girls imagine and approach leadership work with new possibilities in mind. We are working together here to discover more about achieving success that includes a sense of well-being.

Learn more about Be Well, Lead Well through this digital infographic below!

Be Well Lead Well1 Copy Click infographic to enlarge.


CONTRIBUTOR

Koyen Shah is the Director of Center for Leadership & Well-Being and Founding Director of The Aspire Program at Hathaway Brown School in Shaker Heights, Ohio.
Koyen Shah is the Director of Center for Leadership & Well-Being and Founding Director of The Aspire Program at Hathaway Brown School in Shaker Heights, Ohio.

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