4 Behavioral Scales to Look for in a Manager
We have found that these four behavioral scales are essential for anyone in a leadership position in any company. Of course, every company is unique and you must also consider your company culture when looking for the right manager, but looking at these scales is a great start!
The Importance of Support as a Leader
Through our work with many CEO’s, we’ve found that one of the essential behavioral traits of a mindful, effective leader is Support. When you lead with support, you foster loyalty and high morale, and in return, you’ll be rewarded with high productivity and happy people.
Learning How to Relax
How many times have we been told to relax? The typical result of such a question is becoming more uptight or even angry. Learn how to identify tension and start to relax in this post.
How to Motivate your Team & Increase Productivity
The common societal conception that if you work hard, you will become successful, and once you become successful, you’ll be happy, is backwards. Instead, happiness leads to success. So the real question is: How can managers positively motivate their employees in order to increase happiness and productivity? Find out in this post.
How Posture Effects Your Performance
The way one carries and takes care of their body is a critical step, and is an often overlooked key to peak performance. Learn the benefits of a good posture and how you can practice good posture in this article.
Using Behavioral Role Benchmarks to get the Right People in the Right Roles
Learn how you can avoid hiring distress and determine if a person’s behavioral traits are right for the role before you hire them by using Behavioral Role Benchmarks.
Bringing Compassion into the Workplace
When we treat ourselves and others compassionately, we tend to come together in a collaborative manner that boosts the group as a whole. With this, deep relationships are formed, trust is established, and a willingness to collaborate on projects and shared visions is cultivated, which has a direct impact on a company’s bottom line.
Why a Positive Presence is Essential to Leaders
Sometimes maintaining a positive presence at work is much easier said than done. However, by being mindful of your own presentation and making a conscious effort to exude a positive energy and vibe, you can make an immense impact on your employees and the company culture.
The Costs of a Bad Hire
We know a bad hire can be a very expensive mistake financially, but have you considered how it can also have a significant negative impact within the organization as a whole? Here are our thoughts.
Cultivating an Attitude of Gratitude
Learn how to “wake up” to the countless miracles around and within you, return to the present moment, express gratitude, and reunite your mind and body in this mindfulness practice.