Feeling burned out as the leader? Resilience is the capacity to meet adversity, setbacks and trauma, and recover to lead and live life fully.
Looking at mental health as an organizational strategy will enable you to take action to address employee needs and reduce contributing stressors.
Instead of speaking and thinking about resolutions, begin to speak and think about commitments you willingly make to yourself.
As you reflect on where you are and think about where you want to be in 2023, what will propel you on the next chapter of your leadership journey?
While the size of a rock thrown into a pond can affect the size of the ripples, both a pebble and a boulder will each cause change to the pond.
Jackie looked out on the setting campus sun feeling a huge burden had just been lifted, a smile on her face. Weeks of tension had just evaporated.
I got a call from my chair to come to her office right away. I knew it was something big. She had just returned from a meeting with the Provost.
I was flipping through my notebook. I wrote down what I want to be known for. Later I circled the question “Is what I said true?” I had some doubts.
I started wall climbing. I was surrounded by people far better me. I was the worst in the class. This was the perfect place.
In a recent taxi ride home, Faisal, the driver, was eager to share his frustrations with the world’s problems. He was smart and thoughtful.