There are mental health problems that require formal interventions, but many are less about diagnosed issues and more a result of the million little things in work and life that, over time, break our employees, too.
Many companies around the world believe they have found one of the most successful workforce development programs to help improve the performance and lives of their employees: corporate mindfulness.
Multi-Health Systems Inc. (MHS) announced today the release of its new talent assessment tool – the Hardiness Resilience Gauge (HRG).
The conventional wisdom that underlies current leadership models is insufficient for these unconventional times. Leaders and their teams need a new toolkit.
When we are triggered during training, there is nowhere to run, and we are forced to manage it in the moment.
If you are not managing stress successfully, you run the risk of inadvertently sabotaging your leadership skills.
Stressors that are best characterized as “challenges” tend to actually increase an employee’s perceived resilience. Hindrance stressors, on the other hand, tend to damage resilience over time.
Resilient leaders not only are able choose how they react, but they also are the key ingredient in building resilient organizations. The good news is that resilience is a learnable skillset.
When leaders can’t manage stress or maintain a positive attitude, employees are more likely to see those leaders as harmful or irrelevant to employee and organizational performance.