In 2018, 61.7 million people were impacted by natural disasters. This number doesn’t include man-made disasters, wars, health crises and other situations. These numbers are not likely to dissipate, but humanitarian workers are being better trained.
In a busy work environment where disconnects are bound to occur, it is essential to have a practical and effective method to process emotions and put our relationships and productivity back on track.
Helping high-potential leaders is one of the key areas that companies focus training on, and yet, when their leaders actually get that role, they often feel like they are unprepared for it.
There is no separation between our “emotional” brain and our “thinking” brain. They are inextricably intertwined and impact one another. Emotions constantly affect our thinking, and thinking is required for learning.