How to thrive in today’s world of complexity and change
14 February 2018 / Employee Engagement
According to bestselling author and Harvard Medical School psychologist, Dr. Susan David, emotional agility is marked by an individual’s ability to experience their thoughts, emotions, and experiences in a way that doesn’t drive them in negative ways, but instead encourages them to reveal their best selves. This is an essential skill in the complex modern workplace.
- The 4 steps to becoming emotionally agile
- How to help employees manage stress, increase productivity and be their best selves at work and beyond
- Strategies to approach emotional agility and stress management from an organisational and leadership perspective
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