Conscious leadership helps you guide others from a place of self-awareness and accountability and it focuses on building a culture of “we” rather than an egocentric “I” attitude.
The busyness and all the pressure that accompanies being a leader often distracts and limits one’s ability to lead perfectly. In the current pandemic and remote working scenarios, being present to be aware of what you can control and to maintain presence of mind to face the reality of the situation has become more important now than ever before.
While many problems are resolved by giving them careful thought and deliberation, overthinking does not lead to new insights or understanding, instead it saps your energy, time, motivation and creativity. Are you a over-thinker? Here is how to stop your overthinking
Difficult situations demand careful consideration of our actions, decisions and behaviour.
As we experience change in the way we work, educate and communicate in new normal, it is important to pause and self-reflect as we inch back toward modified life to eliminate unproductive choices or habits.
How tolerant are you with yourself and others when it comes to feelings of anger and frustration?
Anger becomes an useful emotion once you learn how to manage it effectively. Here are some strategies to express your anger constructively