One of your colleagues has been more withdrawn than usual over the past few weeks. His work has gotten sloppy, and he appears to be unfocused and distracted. He’s been late to several meetings. What do you do?
Posts By Beth Payne
Do you stop when you’ve done enough? What helps you be a satisficer instead of a maximizer?
It is easy to lose meaning in your work when your goals conflict with personal values. This happened to me when I worked in Baghdad during the U.S. occupation. Here’s how I found meaning in my work despite this conflict.
Mental health days are good for you. Here are some tips on how to take a mental health day without having any negative consequences.
It is helpful to know the common characteristics of low resilience and what behaviors you may exhibit when your resilience is slipping, so you know when you should engage in resilience enhancing activities or need to assist others in addressing their resilience.
When getting help improves performance, a person comes across as competent and capable. As we become more senior leaders, it is nearly impossible to succeed without help.
Leaders should let staff see them engaging in resilience practices and talk about why they prioritize certain activities and the impact they have on their abilities.
Do you have summer vacation plans? If not, you may be one of the 47% of Americans who do not take all of their vacation time.
Do you have a hobby, something you do just because you enjoy it and it makes you feel good? If not, ask yourself why.
It’s tough to say no even when we know we should. If you want to become better at saying no, try some of these tips: