Over the last few weeks as I’ve been on coaching calls with leaders from different industries and different roles as they navigate COVID-19 and its impact on people, operations and processes.
A wide variety of emotions have come up during this time. There’s been hope and optimism, eagerness to reimagine and reinvent, even thankfulness at this slower pace and more connectedness with family.
And then there’s been fear and anxiety and uncertainty about the unknown about what’s next. There’s overwhelm and chaos with kids at home. Guilt about letting employees go or not being able to be as productive as they’d like.
All of this in a time of crisis is very natural and we must be good about holding space for whatever comes up.
Emotionally intelligent leaders must also know how pivot out of emotions that don’t serve their mental and emotional and physical well being or their teams’.
So today I want to share with you three mindfulness techniques that will help you pivot out from emotions that don’t serve you and into a place of feeling connected calm and focused.
In this video I share three simple mindfulness tips to return to a centered, calm and focused place within yourself