In stressful, anxiety-filled times, sitting down to work can seem like the most exhausting and unproductive thing. Staying focused while kids are at home, news feeds are rampant and you’re still stressing about whether or not you washed your hands well after going to the grocery store is difficult, but thankfully there are ways you can use mindfulness to your advantage and learn to work smarter and increase productivity even when the conditions aren’t ideal.
Are you someone who likes to take the back seat and not be the center of attention? Does speaking up and giving your opinion in a meeting make you anxious? If so, you may be a low scorer in exhibition. Let’s take a look at the behavioral traits of someone with a low score in exhibition and what you can do to best encourage their growth.
By focusing on mental health, employers are in a unique position to mindfully support their employees during this time of constant change and uncertainty.