All of us will experience pain and stress, but the brain has some smart ways to protect us. Here is how to get prepared for periods of adversity.
As leaders scramble to create inclusive, engaging, collaborative environments, these are the skills that are mission critical. Unfortunately, you can’t manage something unless you can measure it. This means that employee well-being is no longer a luxury but a strategic imperative. Regardless of industry, employees, leaders, and teams are going to need greater resilience, grit, and agility to navigate it all. While it’s not always realistic to decrease the demands on your time, energy, and attention, you can combat burnout and overwhelm by creating psychological safety and increasing the number of positive experiences people have at work.
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Frustration. Fatigued. Anxious. Sadness. Overwhelmed. Stressed. These were just a few of the words physicians used to describe their current emotional state during “Resilience Reset,” an interactive virtual discussion at TexMed 2021 led by bestselling author and emotional intelligence expert Anne Grady.
How to Change Your Habits https://www.success.com/how-to-change-your-habits This article originally appeared on SUCCESS.com 10/07/2020 The content is replicated below for archival purposes only. We’re extremely grateful to SUCCESS.com for the opportunity to contribute. Please do visit their web site to read this article if possible. Get to Know Your Habits The Greek lyrical poet Archilochus once…