Unmanaged emotions can often hijack your energy and behaviour, causing a distorted view of life’s experiences, whether you are aware of it or not. And often when this happens, we have a knee-jerk reaction which rarely gives us good outcomes.
Whether people realise it or not, the workplace environment is drastically going to change due to the COID-19 Global Pandemic which no doubt is going to affect a lot of businesses and their overall performance.
There is so much talk about ‘What makes a great leader?’ A great leader will always take time to evaluate, reflect, innovate and importantly listen to his/her employees. However, it doesn’t stop there. Leadership can be described in many forms.
“Leaders instill in their people a hope for success and a belief in themselves. Positive leaders empower people to accomplish their goals.”
With increasingly, current concerns and issues around mental health, it is a huge one for university students. As it is known, it is not being addressed effectively and sufficiently during primary and secondary years, which in turn is causing even much greater issues when young adults are entering universities.
It doesn’t matter how old you are, whether you work or don’t, we all encounter stress, which can impact our mental health and wellbeing. I’ve experienced it and I know many who’ve also had to. The stresses of; work, performing and pressures from those around you, are all common triggers of poor mental health.