In this time of chronic uncertainty, it can be a real struggle to know how to stay strong, carry on – and to show (or not to show) your emotions. Use emotional engagement and emotional expression to create stronger teams and problem solving.
Leadership is the practice of learning and adapting, rather than executing our expertise. It requires welcoming the Stranger as we would welcome guests to our table. Humility and vulnerability replaces polarization as we collectively move things forward. This is our call to action in COVID-19, and often the next steps is dangling right in front of our face.
COVID 19 is our sickness, no doubt. But it just might just be our medicine and Great Connector, too. Key strategies to gain perspective and footing in challenging times.
Go find an opponent today. Listen beyond the facts to their feelings and values. See how it changes, calms and empowers you. Because it will.
What I learned from my car guy. Hardiness is not about winning, or glory, or one-upmanship. Instead it offers us inspiration and a path for regaining our energy in the three C’s…
Even an EQ strength can become a liability when we over-engage with it. Just like a muscle, we can get so comfortable we forget to engage other EQ skills.
Feeling lost in the fog, floating on a big ocean in a little boat without paddles? The Three C’s of Hardiness offer a path to meaningful fulfillment and stress management.