Understand what resilience is and why it's vital for new leaders. Explore how to build higher resilience by optimizing diet and exercise, for example, and by controlling with whom you associate.
- To manage change successfully means…you will experience higher than normal stress…for longer periods of time.…That means you need to build resilience.…Resilience is a quality that some people have…that allows them to get knocked down by work or life…and then get back up, willing and able…to try again even harder.…Resilient people learn to not let failure define them.…They choose to see challenges and setbacks…as a type of feedback to fuel growth,…not as comments about their skills or self-worth.…
They tend to be very committed people…with meaningful goals and a sense of purpose.…Finally, we also know they are clearly empathetic…and compassionate towards others,…but they don't waste time and energy caring…about what others think about them.…All right, so how do you build your capacity for resilience?…No matter how much you were born with,…here are a few things we know will help…you become more resilient.…First, yes, diet, exercise, and sleep matter a lot.…
As an adult, you need seven to nine hours…of sleep every night.…
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- Establish identity as a manager.
- Identify best practices for clarifying performance expectations.
- List effective communication tips.
- Articulate the main elements of effective feedback.
- Define rapport.
- Distinguish types of decision-making styles.
- Signal fairness and integrity.
- Articulate how to best assert authority.