Check out this week’s emotional intelligence digest! We’re back with yet another list of ten great blogs and podcasts to add to your reading list.
This week we’ve got articles covering pandemic fatigue, the benefits of resilience for businesses and ways to start being more mindful. As well as these, we’ve also got a couple of emotional intelligence podcasts for those of you who want something to listen to during your walks or while cooking dinner. Check out the list below, and if you know of any other great articles about any of these topics, feel free to drop them in the comments for us!
5 ways emotional intelligence can help us through pandemic fatigue on FastCompany
‘COVID-19 created a situation we had not experienced before, were not prepared for, and are still unsure of how we will come out of. This has caused unprecedented stress and pushed our coping abilities to their limits.’ Check out this article with 5 ways that emotional intelligence.
In A Virtual Sales Environment, Emotional Intelligence Brings New Business on Forbes
The Covid-19 pandemic has changed the work environment, sending a lot of people home to work. This article discusses how difficult it has been for people trying to get to know new clients over zoom when they’re used to having meeting face to face. The author also outlines a number of emotional Intelligence skills that can make the transition from the office to zoom a little easier.
5 Resilience Benefits for a Newly Remote Working Environment on Entrepreneur
‘If not already part of their current human resources program, businesses should consider where they have the opportunity to provide resilience benefits that directly support the emotional well-being of their employees.’ Learn five resilience benefits that are cost-effective to incorporate into your plan.
Inspired | Leadership, Culture and the Evolving Workplace Podcast
‘Co-hosts Jaime Klein (founder and president of Inspire HR) and Keri Schoenbrun lead curated conversation about leadership, culture and the changing world of work. They are joined by other business leaders to discuss stories, policies and decisions that define workplace culture today. We hope these stories become your stories, helping you manage talent initiatives in a way that is proactive and informed’
5 Tips To Optimize The Success Of Your Hybrid Return To Office Plan on Forbes
‘If your organization is planning on integrating remote work into your return to office plan, you’ll want to take extra precaution to prioritize equality and location-irrelevancy in your future workplace strategy. Start with these five tips that will help ensure a smooth transition to hybrid team success.’
Find the Right Words to Inspire Your Team on Harvard Business Review
According to leadership expert and former CEO Douglas Conant, “Even a brief interaction can change the way people think about themselves, their leaders, and the future.” Sometimes we use the wrong words to get our message across. This article discusses three linguistic tactics that will help you better communicate with your team to inspire and motivate them.
‘Host Rachael Wilson speaks to leaders in diversity and inclusion, discussing best practice and wellbeing tips. Learn how you can rework your company culture to make it more inclusive.’
Want More Meaning At Work? Do These 3 Things on Forbes
‘Now more than ever we want to find and feel meaning in our work. And a cornerstone of meaningful work is who we are together, how we show up for one another, how our environment supports this, and how we know we are safe, belong, and matter at work.’ This article outlines three ways you can start to find more meaning in your work.
A Guide To Mindfulness: Why You Need To Start Training Your Mind (And How You Can Begin) on Entrepreneur
In this article, the author discusses the benefits of being more mindful and also discusses how to get started with some mindfulness practices so that you can begin to relax, re-focus and take some time to begin training your mind.
Better by Great Place to Work Podcast
‘Each episode offers tips, strategy, and advice from executives at Great Place to Work Certified companies that make their workplace culture a top priority, knowing this focus is better for their people, better for business, and better for the world.’
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