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Category: self-confidence

resilient employees

Confident employees are resilient employees

In my last video blog, I explained the six competencies that, if deliberately nurtured in your people, would lead to greater emotional and mental resiliency.  In today’s post, I’d like to focus on one specific characteristic of resilient employees that

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workplace resiliency

Workplace resiliency goes up when you let your employees make decisions

In my last video post on workplace resiliency, I told you about the importance of helping your people feel like they’re in control, and I gave you the simple, yet powerful, strategy of finding ways for them to take action. 

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build resiliency

To build resiliency in your employees, let them take action

Today’s post is episode number two in our new series on tools to build resiliency in your employees. In our last episode, I gave you the metaphor of helping your employees become more rubber balls and less raw eggs. Today

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Resilient people have an attitude of gratitude, even during tough times

I’ve blogged previously about how important it is to build resilient employees, but my guest blogger today wrote the book on the subject! I am delighted that Patricia Morgan, my professional colleague and friend, is here to discuss the topic

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Self-awareness increases when you are able to accurately assess your strengths and weaknesses

Self-awareness is a key component of emotional intelligence, of which self-confidence and accurate self-assessment are key characteristics. Self-confidence is certainty about one’s self-worth and capabilities, and accurate self-assessment is knowing one’s strengths and limits. I was vividly reminded to these

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Build resiliency in your employees

As leaders we care about our employees’ intellectual capital, and even their social capital. But we don’t always concern ourselves with our employees’ psychological capital. We should. If you aren’t sure what these three phrases mean, an easy way to

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