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
We all have a go-to leadership style consisting of default set of markers when it comes to enhancing the morale, performance and motivation of people we are leading or managing.
Understanding your leadership style is essential to identify and describe your individual unique characteristics when it comes to effective leadership or management.
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
Are you stuck with your conflicting attitudes and beliefs? Conflicting cognition can be mentally exhausting and anxiety-inducing which most of us tend to ignore. Resolving it creates clarity in our decision-making.
One habit that can help you become emotionally and mentally more resilient in uncertain times like what we are experiencing now.
What if your very efforts to find happiness are actually preventing you from achieving it? Everything in our lives from work, for defining success or making a difference, is presided over by some rules we happen to set for ourselves which are often not in alignment with our underlying objective of achieving happiness.