I’d been running too fast and too hard for too long, but I eventually dropped. The trouble was this time I really didn’t want to get up. As a self confessed achievement addict, my optimism and drive had taken me so far. I’d spent my life jumping over hurdles and landing on my feet. My…
Have you ever wondered why team performance and morale is at an all-time low, no matter how much time and effort is put into organisational wellness and engagement initiatives?
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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.
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