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4 LIttle Known KPI's For Modern Leaders

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All leaders have an eye on their business KPI’s like revenues, growth rates, profit margins, stock price etc.
But what about those numbers that indicate your personal performance and recovery status?

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4 LIttle Known KPI's For Modern Leaders

  1. 1. every MODERN LEADER should have an eye on… 4 KPI’s
  2. 2. “What Gets Measured Gets Managed.” - Peter Drucker
  3. 3. All leaders have an eye on their business KPI’s like revenues, growth rates, profit margins, stock price etc.
  4. 4. But what about those numbers that indicate your personal performance and recovery status?
  5. 5. Modern leaders have an eye on these key recovery indicators (KRI’s) as well BECAUSE…
  6. 6. … they understand that they can only make an impact as a leader when they manage to sustain their energy levels, performance and health on a high level over the long term.
  7. 7. So here are 4 KRI’s to get you started…
  8. 8. 4 KRI’s (Key Recovery Indicators) Heart Rate Variability Resting Heart Rate Deep Sleep Temperature
  9. 9. Heart Rate Variability HRV Variation in your heart’s beating rate.
  10. 10. Heart Rate Variability Strong
  11. 11. Heart Rate Variability Weak
  12. 12. But even more important than daily HRV values is the long-term trend… Heart Rate Variability
  13. 13. HRV Trend Negative long-term trend. Attention!
  14. 14. HRV Details A healthy heart beat contains healthy irregularities. Even if your heart rate is, say, 60 beats per minute, that doesn’t mean that your heart beats once every second – or at one-second intervals like a clock. Rather, there is variation among the intervals between your heartbeats. The interval between your successive heartbeats can be, for example, 0.85 seconds between some two succeeding beats and 1.35 seconds between some other two. • If the intervals between your heartbeats are rather constant, your HRV is low. • If their length variates, your HRV is high.
  15. 15. The Higher Your HRV The Better. Rule of Thumb
  16. 16. Resting Heart Rate RHR Number of times your heart beats per minute when you're at rest.
  17. 17. Look for 2 aspects… Resting Heart Rate
  18. 18. 1. The Average Good Bad 1
  19. 19. 2. The Minimum Good Bad 2a
  20. 20. And The Minimum Timing Good Bad 2b
  21. 21. Your RHR should reach its minimum in the first half of the night. Rule of Thumb
  22. 22. RHR Best Practice RHR minimum quickly after drifting away.
  23. 23. Deep Sleep DS The most rejuvenating and restorative sleep stage.
  24. 24. Deep Sleep Good Bad
  25. 25. Get 90 minutes of Deep Sleep to fully recover at night. Rule of Thumb
  26. 26. Body Temperature Powerful early indicator of our health & recovery
  27. 27. An elevated body temperature of +0.4 °C is an important sign that something in our body needs attention. Rule of Thumb
  28. 28. How can we measure this?
  29. 29. With an ECG… PRO: Medical standard accuracy CON: No data trends (you wear it only for 24 hours at once)
  30. 30. PRO: Measure long-term trends (you wear it 24/7) CON: No medical standard (but still sufficient accuracy) Or an Oura Ring
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