Strategic Thinking is one of the most important things you can do as a leader. It’s an extremely effective and valuable tool which is fundamental to achieving success in any organisation. Studies have shown that strategic thinkers are among the most effective leaders out there – this is why it’s a topic we’re so passionate about at Feel Good Leadership.
Developing positive connections in the workplace is vitally important if you want to succeed as a leader. It’s important for the wellbeing of your employees. You can build up your employee’s confidence though the promotion of positive emotion, effective communication, and encouraging social connections with one another.
Having inner drive is that deep feeling of determination you get inside to carry on when you’re unmotivated. It’s the will to carry on when you feel like you can’t continue. Why is inner drive so important?
Failure is probably the one thing that most of us fear. It triggers our deepest feelings of not being good enough, smart enough or just plain and simply not capable enough. Here are four things for you to consider and try.
High-achieving leaders are often very aware of the importance and impact of wellbeing and vitality and how a positive state of happiness and health is fundamental to our personal and professional success.
Setting goals in the right way, with the right time frame can help us onto a path that can change everything. It’s time to effectively prioritise and have a more focused approach to what we want to achieve.
After more than 20 years of working in business and studying human behaviour, we’ve reached the conclusion that one of the most important things a leader can do is ‘feel good first’.
It’s surprisingly easy to enter survival mode and completely lose sight of what’s important in life. Busy schedules, high pressure and regular routines mean that we can very easily go into autopilot and not even notice.
One of the major challenges facing businesses and leaders today is high pressure and short deadline cultures which result in a continual sense of urgency.
A person with low Emotional Intelligence (EQ) finds it more difficult to communicate confidently and effectively with others, and resolve conflict.