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After leading mergers of some of the world's largest corporations, Tom Eddington today teaches a broad spectrum of leaders how to transform their toxic workplace to build thriving organizations.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA, April 18, 2019 /24-7PressRelease/ -- At the top of his corporate career, Tom Eddington was working 70+ hours a week juggling multi-million dollar clients, managing global mergers including HP/Compaq and Chevron/Texaco, and consulting with leaders in 35 countries while pursuing a master's degree. He was also averaging four hours of sleep a night and experiencing brain fog and periodic bouts of temporary blindness.
Tom moved from the UK where he and his family were living back to the United States, cut his workload from three full-time jobs to one, and tried to keep working, but his health problems worsened. He visited multiple doctors before being diagnosed with a severe bacterial infection.
At age 44, Tom found himself unable to work. After four years of "fighting not to die," he changed his life. He began exercising, meditating, and pursuing holistic healing. After leading mergers of some of the world's largest corporations, Eddington today teaches a broad spectrum of leaders – from privately-owned companies to non-profits -- how to transform their toxic workplace to build thriving organizations based on a simple notion: in order to be a better leader, you have to become a better human being through conscious leadership.
In 2011, with a lifetime of insights in business and personal growth, Tom started his own consulting practice, Eddington Advisory Services, to help leaders explore their lives and work in a profound way. His work focuses on supporting leaders to help them:
• Identify what is most important to them, both personally and professionally
• Recognize that our personal narrative impacts our professional behavior
• Encourage leaders to show 100% of themselves instead of leaving parts of themselves 'at home'
• Solve organizational challenges;
• Foster innovative strategic thinking bridging to the future; and
• Turn creative ideas into reality.
"I'm there to ensure that my clients are living the life they want to be living and dealing effectively with all of its amazing highs and intense lows," Tom says.
About: Conscious leadership expert Tom Eddington is one of Silicon Valley's top business advisors. With lessons learned from his experience as a titan of global mergers, Tom advises CEOs and non-profit leaders on everything from global mergers and organizational change to conscious leadership and life/balance integration. Learn more at www.eddingtonadvisory.com.
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