Leading With Your Emotions
One of the hardest things to do in the workplace is to identify the challenge of wellbeing: this is often found in the small moments, which only come when you have the right culture where people have the freedom to show empathy.
One of the best ways to directly support the wellbeing of your staff is by making sure that your managers and leaders have the training they need to perform this role. When you give your managers and leaders the tools to be effective coaches who show emotional intelligence, they become capable of directly supporting wellbeing.
In this article, George Knight, Training Consultant at DSC, looks at the ways that this can be achieved.