Last week I spoke about the impact of Covid on our soul and how many of us are feeling unsettled. In South Africa, you add in riots and looting, and many are feeling more than just a little unsettled.

You might be reading this far removed from any violence – I hope you are – but still, we are all dealing with such collective loss, trauma and grief. We have lives, families, communities, businesses and countries that need our support. To make a difference, we need to be well and by this, I mean more than just physically well. I am referring to our need for overall wellbeing. Why? Firstly, for ourselves. Secondly, because we can’t pour from an empty cup and pour we must!

To enable us to be at our best during these trying times, I have compiled a guide of Key Steps to Your Wellbeing in Times of Crisis. It is FREE, you can download and you are welcome to share it. In fact, I’d appreciate it if you do. Please pass it along to anyone who can benefit from it and together, let’s take Key Steps to…

‘be the difference that makes the difference.’



NOTE: The information in my blog may be freely shared and re-used in any online or offline publication, provided it is accompanied by the following credit line: This was written by Dr Sharon King Gabrielides, and originally appeared in her free weekly  ‘Key Steps Food for Thought Blog’ available on the Key Steps website.

Dr Sharon King Gabrielides

About Dr Sharon King Gabrielides

Sharon is a dynamic facilitator, speaker and executive coach with over 20 years’ experience in leadership and organisational development and transformation. She is a registered Education, Training and Development Practitioner (ETDP), holds an Honours degree in Psychology and practices as an NLP master practitioner. She is also one of only three women in South Africa to hold the title of Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) – it’s the Oscar of the speaking business.

Sharon’s PhD thesis contributed a framework for holistic and sustainable leadership development that has been published by Rutgers University in the USA. She is faculty of Henley Business School and highly sought-after by leading corporates because she works hand-in-hand with them to create sustainable results and long-term success. Sharon has become known for her practical approach, useful tools and genuinely caring manner. She is really looking forward to working with you and taking Key Steps to ‘be the difference that makes the difference.’