Cognitive and Emotional resilience through the full working day are based upon rebuilt, measurable PQ resources.
Executives who have been assessed by PQ recognised the symptoms described by their PQ Coaches.
These are the 3 most asked questions we receive.
How do I recharge effectively?
The measure is taken in the early morning, meaning that Sleep Quality is foundational. This is the primary determinant of a high score. Awareness of Stress levels over the previous 24 hours is also important.
The main consequence is a reduction of Cognitive and Emotional bandwidth as the day progresses. The effect is similar to an athlete‘s performance fading at the end of a race or the match enters the final quarter.
Accurate perception of the context of the start to your day is crucial. Sleep is, of course, crucial. The personal experiences of the previous day will also indicate the amount of recovery required.
Executives who score highly have recorded significantly lower levels of Accumulated Stress, particularly as the week progressed. They also sustained the Capacity to elevate their responsiveness to stressors later in the day.
Too many individuals begin their working day with insufficient resources to complete their tasks optimally and consistently,
The relative competitive advantage that these individuals enjoy when compared to peers is striking.
Conscious recharging cannot be left to vacations. It must become a daily focus.
The more accurate the self-perception in the morning, the quicker the executive will adjust. Accurate self-reporting is a learned skill.
The Recovery/Stress Ratio over the previous 24 hours will vary but will always affect Recharge Levels.
A low initial score does not write off the day. Targeted Recovery activities during the morning will reset PQ Capacity levels.
Imbalanced performance over the day and week will indicate a requirement to adjust Recovery timing and volume.