Building knowledge can be a good thing. It can also lead to feeling overloaded and overwhelmed and has side effects that could be working against you and the results you want. Something needs to change.
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Stop preparing the road ahead for the person and start preparing the person for the road ahead. It’s a subtle difference that once understood, transforms leadership impact, team productivity and the employee experience.
New to working remotely and facing a long stint of self-isolation? Working remotely will need you to think beyond physical wellbeing and consider your social, mental and emotional health.
Conventional wellbeing programmes are rarely designed to target the often unconscious or ‘not talked about’ aspects of workplace culture that silently affect its leadership style and people’s habits, beliefs and behaviours.
Your management philosophy is the reason behind your management style and taking time to work out your philosophy helps you and the people around you understand where you are coming from. Knowing where you are coming from, evening in tough times is a big enabler of resilience