Stress is a part of your life, and it’s one that you cannot avoid. However, while you can’t avoid stress, that doesn’t mean you can’t take back control of your emotional well-being. While at the office, your mind is likely on a few things at once, so you may not always feel the stress creeping in as these emotions build. The next thing you know, you’re feeling overwhelmed, you’re experiencing anxiety, and you’re wondering what you can do to lessen these feelings to get yourself back at your best again.
3 Stones For Courage And Strength Focused Meditation
Uncertainty comes at the least expected of times. When it challenges you, how do you feel? What do you do? Women in business, even the most successful women, face uncertainty regularly, and while it may be an anxiety inducing thing, it’s not something that cannot be conquered. You need two things to master uncertainty and they are courage and strength.
Seven Ways Compassionate Leaders Recognize The Needs Of Their Staff
Compassionate leadership is a skill set that is developed by focusing on the right priorities in the office. The best way to hone these skills is to recognize and learn your employees’ needs. That way you can empower them with the knowledge, tools, and resources to achieve their goals. The ability to recognize your team’s needs is a skill in itself and a practice. Here are seven ways that you can start identifying the needs of your staff:
Group Breathing Exercises: How To Lead This Mindfulness Practice At Your Office
A recent study in Cell Reports Medicine found that five minutes of breathing exercises every day can reduce anxiety and improve our moods. I have found breathing exercises are especially valuable in the office to manage and reduce work stress. They are very helpful when done as a daily group breathing activity. Group breathing exercises create a positive and supportive workplace culture where employees feel valued, supported, and connected. This promotes mindfulness, positivity, and well-being, helping employees thrive both personally and professionally.
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Accepting Criticism As A Gift
For most, accepting criticism is something you have to learn to do. When you’re being told you’re doing something “wrong”, it’s natural to feel a little defensive at first. Behind critical words, however, is a gift that can be full of opportunity if you simply learn how to open it. At Technalink, we welcome constructive criticism and all of the growth that can come from it.
4 Ways To Practice One Minute Mindfulness
Mindfulness is a big part of spiritual leadership. It gives us an opportunity to check in with our emotional selves, get to the bottom of anxiety, and check up on our overall well-being. During a busy day, when you may not have time for a complete meditation session, how do you practice quality mindfulness throughout? At Technalink, we encourage minute mindfulness, or short check-ins we can take through the day to bring ourselves back to the present. These are particularly important during busy and stressful days, and they can be done at any time and from anywhere.
Team Building In 2023
A connected team is a team that can do great things. At Technalink we emphasize team building and connectedness not only within individual teams, but in between teams for better collaboration as well. How can leaders help their teams to connect? It begins with team building activities that work for any organization in any industry.