Summary: Navigating the intense pressure at work requires resilience, but this time of change is special—it also requires leaders to take a step back, to engage their most innovative and strategic thinking, and to practise a unique self-discipline that will enable them to activate their organisations for a new world.
Summary: Resilience is a deep-rooted attribute that flows from the culture of an organisation, through the senior management, and down to the employees. Resilient organisations begin with resilient teams that are made of resilient individuals.
Summary: What is the difference between organisations that have successful remote teams and those who do not? Thought productivity is the first thing that might come to one’s mind, it is not the only factor. It is the members of the team working cohesively, as true teammate that matters.
Those with emotional resilience at the core of their management philosophy will emerge as resourceful leaders when the going gets tough. Good leaders that use emotional resilience consistently at the core of their management philosophy demonstrate adequate dynamism when crisis arrives.
Workplaces across the globe are undergoing transformation at breakneck speeds; and while digital acceleration continues to take place, leaders need to simultaneously prepare for imminent change in the context of employee productivity, employee engagement, rewards and recognition programmes, and overall organisational well-being.
Every human being has many different layers. The deeper you are able to go, the better you will understand yourself. This is also called ‘emotional resilience’. The more resilient you are, the better prepared you will be to handle challenges.