This week’s emotional intelligence digest is here! This week, we’ve got articles on how to identify someone with leadership skills, ways to better emotionally support your employees, tips for building resilience, and more! As well as that we of course have included two more podcasts for those of you who prefer audio content.
Dive into the list below and don’t forget to subscribe to the blog while you’re here! We have new content each week on emotional intelligence, resilience, leadership, and more workplace topics.
4 Changes To Expect In The Post-Covid Workplace on Forbes
‘As the world begins to re-open, many companies are trying to define their new rules for work. The workplace changes we’ve seen during Covid are not yet permanent. Here are four changes to expect in the post-Covid workplace.’
5 Signs That Will Identify Someone With True Leadership Skills on Inc.com
‘As the world opens back up, many leaders are trying to understand how they can successfully transition to a hybrid workforce. Ensuring that on-site, remote, and distributed staff feel engaged, motivated, and an integral member of the team will require a more caring leadership style.’ In this article, the author outlines five steps to ‘master the art of caring leadership’.
Evolution Of Business And Why Every Organization Needs To Embrace Caring Leadership on Forbes
‘Workplace cultures that prioritize caring, compassion, and respect influence employee productivity and performance and improve how people feel about coming to work every day. They feel like they are seen, heard, and valued – and are motivated to work hard toward the success of the organization.’
Supporting Your Employees’ Well-Being Through Aspirational Mental Health Care on Forbes
‘What is aspirational mental health care? It’s health care that focuses on preventing mental illness versus health care that simply reacts to it.’ In this article, read about a number of techniques that the author sound helped their team’s mental wellbeing.
Happiness at Work Podcast
‘One of the only shows of its kind, our Management 3.0., Happiness at Work podcast is an intimate look at how successful leaders, managers, authors, entrepreneurs and influencers embody, embrace and value happiness.’
A.G.I.L.E. Leadership: The Mandate For Excellence In A Post-Pandemic World on Forbes
‘In a post-pandemic world, leaders must be A.G.I.L.E.: approachable, grounded, innovative, leveraging and empathetic.’ A.G.I.L.E leaders are better equipped to deal with change, a quality that will be essential in our leaders in the return to work.
Emotional intelligence, resilience, empathy and many more soft skills are becoming essential for workers, especially during such an uncertain time in the work environment. Check out this list to learn more about 7 soft skills that recruiters value in new employees.
The Future of Remote Workplaces: 3 Things You Must Have for Better Employee Mental Health on Inc.com
‘As we move ahead with vaccination rollouts and prepare for an entirely new world of work post-pandemic, one thing is clear: employee well-being will take center stage.’ The pandemic highlighted a number of issues that were previously overlooked in the workplace, like a lack in emotional support from employees. This article discusses three ways that organisations can better support their employees.
4 ways to build resilience, according to CEOs who succeeded despite COVID-19 on FastCompany
‘After a year like 2020, it’s no wonder people prize resilience. The trait has helped many organizations weather the triple punches of health, economic, and cultural crises. But how does an organization develop and encourage resilience—not just among its workforce but throughout all of its processes?’
The EntreLeadership Podcast
‘Weekly conversations with America’s brightest business owners, thought leaders and entrepreneurs that will help you win in business. Hosted by Daniel Tardy, an operating board member at Ramsey Solutions, you’ll hear top advice, origin stories and practical strategies for success.’
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