True leadership requires a PAUSE and a focus on possibilities. Once you can make the shift to look for them, you’ll be amazed at what you see.
If we look, we can often see many gifts in our lives, even during the most challenging times.
This week, we want to talk about the second step in our leadership model, The Leader in You®, because it can support your emotional agility which supports the creation of psychological safety and managing stress.
Last week in our post, Don’t Blow Things Up, we talked about the power of the Pause and how it helps you to stay on track with your priorities.
As we continue to make our way through some of the most challenging experiences of our lifetimes, we’re seeing the central importance of psychological safety in the workplace more and more.
Burnout and depletion can be very serious if left unmanaged.
This week, we’re talking about depletion and burnout; two concerns we’re hearing from leaders across industries, at all levels of leadership, among people whose businesses are struggling, as well as individuals who have lost their jobs.
Last week we identified 3 ways to help you manage the strain of change. Today we are sharing some other ideas that may speak to you.
Now is a great time to take a beat, take a breath, and exhale deeply. Today, we have 3 ways to help you overcome the strain of change.
Genuine leadership is called for now more than ever.