In the present-day rat race of stifling deadlines and nerve-wracking competition at the workplace, leaders need spaces that can help them grow as individuals. This is where effective coaching can be handy, to support sustainable change in behaviors or ways of thinking besides facilitating learning and development to help leaders be vulnerable, open, and honest about their desires, concerns, and opportunities. Krysta Theus, Certified Mindset and Energy Master Practitioner, Change Strategy Expert, and founder of Healing Purpose, LLC, has been coaching leaders in various capacities to identify potential obstacles and suggest alternatives to help them achieve personal and professional growth.
Early Life and Transition
Krysta has a master’s degree in Organizational Management from the University of Phoenix. She has over 25 years of experience working in the healthcare sector, aiding leadership teams with innovative improvement and design implementations for optimal patient experience and quality clinical outcomes. She is also a certified Master Practitioner in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), Hypnotherapist, and Mental and Emotional Release Master Practitioner. She is also a certified Reiki Practitioner, Hawaiian Huna practitioner, and Project Management Professional, and is a demonstrated process improvement and change leadership expert.
In 2020, Krysta planned to branch out as an independent consultant when COVID-19 hit. Being surrounded by the storm of a health crisis fueled her desire to heal people as a whole. This gave birth to Healing Purpose, LLC, which provides a personalized, strategic roadmap and guidance, especially for women, through integrative, compassionate, and immersive coaching and wellness experiences.
Healing and Wellness
Krysta’s approach is one of transformation through mentorship and holistic coaching. She believes that one cannot be successful if there is an imbalance of mind, body, and spirit. Healing Purpose, LLC provides personalized and comprehensive wellness through integrative and immersive experiences that tap into the client’s mental, spiritual, and emotional states to achieve desired goals and outcomes. They mostly cater to new and emerging leaders who value wellness and balance, performance improvement, personal and professional growth.
Healing Purpose’s services are personalized as they dive into the mind that reacts to external triggers and offers strategic roadmaps aimed at team optimization and re-engineering of mindset. Krysta’s mantra is simple – to transform managers into leaders by empowering, connecting, and uplifting by helping them navigate limiting beliefs, performance constraints, and other factors that prevent them from reaching their goals. Krysta’s clients, who come to her for that life boost, have realized benefits such as improved interpersonal relationships, rapid career progression, greater self-awareness, and higher self-confidence.
Transformation and Women
Krysta believes that a lot of women are victims of being stuck in a rut, and while many women may appreciate their jobs, they are practically burned out. They work 70-80 hours a week besides playing other societal roles like that of a wife and a mother throughout their lives. Although they feel resilient at that moment, the realization hits later when they feel suppressed or are overwhelmed by the feeling of overall disconnect. Healing Purpose’s signature programs help people align passion with purpose to transform lives. With her enhanced mentoring and coaching tools, Krysta helps women deal with the physical aspect of burnout (like anxiety) by doing meditation. She also advises clients to set up boundaries and say no to certain things to live life more congruently.
Word of Advice
As a Wellness Globalpreneur and Transformation Leader, Krysta feels empowered by the impact of facilitating change and bringing clarity into others’ lives. She has leveraged her vast experience to devise a safe and comprehensive brand that targets values, mindset, and energetic alignment to provide the clarity and focus needed to live a life of fulfillment.
“If you are doing something that is aligned with your heart and soul, you will not be sorry, and a sense of security will follow. When you do what you love, you will love what you do, and ‘work’ will not feel like ‘work’. You have advocates out there, and it is safe to ask for help when you need it,” Krysta said, while speaking with WomLEAD Magazine.
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