Like the dance leadership is the same we have to work together and understand where everyone else is not just you. Through collaboration: Open up space for your partner. Giving them the option to do what they want. Allowing them to be creative and they give you the chance to do the same, this allows you to bring your presence and value to the dance.
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The way we are working is not good. Something needs to change. We need to reduce the use of technology and get tough on organisational culture and people’s bad behaviour that is encouraging poor working habits. We have all the science to know why people get ill from work place we now need to do something about it.
Wellbeing is an output of culture. I’m also left thinking that any organisation, leader or manager that thinks it’s possible to separate the mental health from the financial health of an organisation is sadly misguided.
Resilience: Helping students engage with challenge, identify limiting beliefs and understand that failure is not something to fear.
Students of today are our future leaders and it’s vital we support them with the mind-set, skillset and resources to better manage their mental health, navigate challenges and setbacks and prepare them for future employability. Studies show that developing resilience has a positive influence on academic performance of undergraduates as well as their social and emotional wellbeing.