We all love an underdog. It’s in our nature. Most of us possess an innate desire to help those who struggle and support the weak. But what happens when the ‘weak’ are the current and future leaders of your business? What if the success and potential of your company is dependent on individuals who are just unable to get the best out of their people?
Before getting too panicked, don't worry. They are still prepared to make sacrifices for their careers but (and this is the important bit) not to the detriment of their health. And before we all balk at their naivety, perhaps we should give them some credit? Maybe there's some method to their madness in thinking that the world of work should revolve around them?
Advice from the best - are you paying attention?
What’s the secret to keeping your workers happy and productive?
Leadership and Emotional Intelligence (EQ)
Emotional Intelligence is also referred to as our Emotional Intelligence Quotient or the degree to which our emotional intelligence is developed. For many years we have known about and used IQ (Intelligence Quotient) as a measure of our personal effectiveness and ability to deal with problems of varying degrees of complexity.
Leaders finally realise the importance of a fully engaged workforce. Now they should learn what practices drive and sustain happy employees.
Staff absences are now costing businesses more than £500 per worker, but employers are still not doing enough to protect their employees' wellbeing.
by Anna Rasmussen June 8th 2016
You can tell a lot about someone from just a little observation. On this particular day I was learning a lot from the two men sat opposite me in a cafe.