As a manager, your role is key to the organization – in more ways than one. Here’s how you can move beyond process and embrace your inner coach.
LIFE READY BLOG
Everything we believe to be unsustainable was already that way before the pandemic. So now it’s time to ask ourselves what we want the future to look like.
As we plunge into new lockdowns and restrictions, many parents are starting to feel overwhelmed and out of control. How can we support them?
Strength and kindness are usually polar opposites, but what if they were actually the recipe for the type of leadership we need right now?
Solitude is a consequence of being invisible: you don’t feel alone when you are alone, you feel alone when you feel invisible. So, how can we make sure we’re “seeing” everyone for who they really are?
Human time is analogue, but remote workers’ time is digital. If we’re not careful, we’ll fall into presenteeism: the idea that we need to be “always on”.
As we draw closer to the end of the year, we address the multi-tasking myth and look at ways that you can maximize your time at work.
As the pandemic continues to unfold, it’s clear that the world of work isn’t going to be going “back to normal”. While we’re still living with great uncertainty, we have the opportunity to listen to our people, work with the information we have and build a brighter future together.
As the pandemic continues to unfold, leaders continue to face unpredictability, multiple unknowns and the need to make decisions quickly. We take a look at the principles of adaptive leadership and how it can help your team.
Social media has shown us that creating a ‘filtered picture’ of yourself can be damaging to your mental health. The same is true for leaders at work: it’s only when you look at the complete picture that you can really succeed. Today, we’re talking about the importance of self-reflection and how you can put it into practice in just a few minutes each day.