Let me tell you a (true) story about miscommunication, conflict and stress management. I once participated in a learning-intensive one-month course about how to set up your training business. That course brought immense value to my life as a trainer and business owner. Every day, for 30 days, we met for a live online session …
In the book “Search Inside Yourself”, Chade-Meng Tan describes 5 steps that can prove useful to recover from an amygdala hijack and regulate our emotions.
Many of the resilience-building exercises and practices can take a lot of time to work. The good thing about the breathing practice I am presenting to you today is that you can do it ‘on the spot’, without needing to physically disengage from the stressful/anxiety-inducing situation.
Cognitive performance evolves with stress levels and there is a relationship between performance and alertness/or stress levels.
In the new reality of Work from Home (WFH), and after months of using more or less improvised working spaces as our offices, meeting colleagues only through Zoom/Teams or other media, it’s clear that this routine works for some of us and does not work for others. There are a number of ways of looking at this, but today I will approach this issue through the prism of PCM (Process Communication Model), namely, by looking at the concept of Environmental Preferences.
This is the sixth and last post in the series dedicated to the benefits of applying the SCARF Model to increase our wellbeing (at home and at work) in these times of Covid-19. This post approaches the fifth SCARF “button”: Fairness.
This is the third post in the series dedicated to the benefits of applying the SCARF Model to increase our wellbeing (at home and at work) in these times of Covid-19. This post approaches the second SCARF “button”: Certainty
This is the second post in the series dedicated to the benefits of applying the SCARF Model to increase our wellbeing (at home and at work) in these times of Covid-19. This post approaches the first SCARF “button”: Status.
Lately I have been thinking a lot about how this Covid pandemic has been pushing a lot of our SCARF “buttons”, in so many ways.
We all have specific triggers/stimuli that induce conscious and subconscious reactions in each of us and thus, play an important role in our well-being. It’s about these that I will write today and start this short series of blog post dedicated to the SCARF model.
This article, first published on People First’s blog, discusses how fulfilling one’s psychological needs is the key to motivation