“Treating yourself like a friend can give you the support you need.” – Psychology Today
The past few months have been the most instantaneous paradigm shift the world has ever seen. At one glance, our day to day functions have dramatically changed on multiple levels—from the strict observance of social distancing to the way we report at work.
The transition is not easy, especially for your teams. Some of them may have been in a position where they don’t feel they’re at their best. The moments of self-doubt, self-criticism, and fear of failure do not only affect their mental health but also impact how they perform at work.
This is where self-compassion and mindfulness come into play.
Research has shown that practicing self-compassion and mindfulness elevates one’s psychological well-being. And as a manager, you are in a unique position to provide that support and reframe your employees’ view of themselves on a holistic level.
In this webinar, you will learn about:
- The importance of self-compassion and mindfulness
- Ways to become a positive, resilient and balanced person
- How to incorporate rest and silence into your busy schedules