Because a valued executive is, of course, a whole person. And your executive's abilities and overall performance are fueled — and consistently influenced — by factors and circumstances which frequently fall outside the workplace.
Take, for example, a sudden change in health or at home. Either is almost certain to impact your executive’s performance, creating an understandable conflict of priorities. By teaching your executives to plan for, incorporate, manage and prioritize changes in critical life areas, they can maintain the bandwidth needed for maximum performance every day.