In the past two years, mental health struggles and diagnosis have risen to 41%. This is not only in the workplace, but all over the United States. Both employees and managers are dealing with burnout. Leaders have to deal with these mental health struggles while learning how to manage and help people grow through healthier ways of thinking. The more tools they have, the more it helps them with getting the best out of their people. Therefore, I want to share my take on Amy Morin’s 13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do.
Ultimately, it is important that you understand the human side of people and give them a safe space to develop their confidence and their reactions to change. You can use these 13 things – as well as your Gallup strengths – to rate where you are strong, and where you can improve. Sign up and download here.
To hear some personal examples and join the conversation, watch the video replay.