Self-affirmations are the statements that we store within our subconscious, told to ourselves, from ourselves, in order to spark self-change. They are designed to alter our beliefs about ourselves so that they are more positive.
You might be thinking about the cliche protagonist of a movie reaffirming their confidence or prowess in the mirror before a night out. While this image is comical in satire, the evidence behind self-affirmations is undeniable. One study shows that after 4-weeks of repeated self-affirmation activity, participants experienced an increase in their mental well-being.
Leadership at any enterprise is a crucial factor in team success and efficiency. Many of us have experienced bad leadership and know the difficulties that can arise. Critical and harsh superiors can lower moral, damage relationships, and ultimately disable the team as a whole. Whether you’re a CEO with a corporation as your team or a manager in charge of summer interns, their success is your success, so keeping them positive and empowered benefits everyone.
The core tools, or skills, that prove to be incredibly valuable when leading a team are influence and forgiveness. Enhancing and harnessing these skills will empower your workforce, resulting in positive environments, higher retention, and better results. In this blog, we’ll take a look at each skill and how you can sharpen it for a better leadership experience.
The most important...