As leaders, we are expected to have the answer, and be perpetually “on”.
The truth is as leaders is it is ok for us to express our challenges. After all, we are all human.
This week on The Winning Tactics we have Jodi Woelkerling to discuss Resilience in Leaders
This week we will discuss:
What does “resilience” mean?
Why is it so important for leaders to build their own resilience?
What are some strategies to build your own resilience as a leader?
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Decades of experience in the corporate world has shown me that resiliency is a key feature of every enduringly successful individual and every organizational culture that is productive and collaborative over the longer term.
The modern workplace is filled with constant challenges and competing priorities, both for the business at large and for the individuals within the business, and resilience is a key component of effectively navigating these challenges.
I am passionate about assisting businesses to build an enduring resilient culture at the whole culture level, the various levels of leadership within the business, and at the individual level, so that the business as a whole and the individuals within the business can experience the enormous benefits of an enduring resilient culture.
Where to Find Jodi
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