Stress is inherent, but you have the power to decrease employee burn out and improve resiliency by practicing mindfulness.
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When was the last time you were present? Really present in the moment? I bet it’s been a while. I get it, it is much more difficult than it sounds. Life can be chaotic. Full of endless distractions and unfinished to-do lists. Who has the time to sit and simply enjoy the feeling of, say, fresh air on their face? Or sit and notice the bubble of contentment that comes with achieving a small goal or spending an evening with family and friends? ThereBy Shannon Houde
The rising generation is willing to take salary cuts in order to work with companies they believe in – here are three ways leaders can attract the next generation of business leaders. The younger generation has a whole different set of values to those that came before them. DON’T MISS OUTON MORE FREE TIPS Sign Up For Our Newsletter Sign up Whereas career ambitions for Baby Boomers and Generation X revolved around pay, prestige and promotion up the ranks, for both Millennials and GenerationBy Shannon Houde
How can you become a more emotionally intelligent leader? Shannon joins Hays Worldwide for their Leadership Insights Podcast to share her expert advice to help you develop this increasingly important trait. You can listen to the podcast on your favourite channel or listen to the full episode here: DON’T MISS OUTON MORE FREE TIPS Sign Up For Our Newsletter Sign up If you’d like some support to develop your emotional intelligence skills, you can book a 30 minute trial sessionBy Shannon Houde
Emotional intelligence (EQ) can be the difference between a good leader and a great one. Simply put, those with a high EQ can manage and control their emotions and — even more critically — effectively manage the emotions of those they work alongside. They can listen to others, take on board feedback and ideas, motivate their team, identify conflict before it causes a problem, and create a workplace where they and all those around them feel flexible, supported, and encouraged to bring their ‘ABy Shannon Houde