Human Intelligence - Happiness at Work Series
This three-part CPE series will focus on three key skills that have a positive effect on your motivation
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Spoiler alert! How happy you are at work directly affects your performance.
As industries are being disrupted and the pace of change accelerates, our ability to remain motivated at work can be severely challenged.
Motivation is a key factor in determining how happy we are at work and how well we perform. Motivated individuals and teams get things done; they don't just survive, they thrive.
Stop surviving. Start thriving.
This three-part series will focus on the key skills that have a positive effect on your motivation, so you and your team can achieve your full potential.
Included in this series:
- Building Personal Resilience: Explains how to assess your current level of resilience so that you can take steps to build your resilience and be your "best self" at work.
- Building Trusting Relationships: Defines the critical role trust plays in stakeholder relationships so that you can improve communication, enhance collaboration, and achieve your objectives.
- Optimizing Performance Through Listening and Observing: Explains how to listen to and observe others so that you can optimize your own work performance, as well as that of your colleagues.
- How resilience affects performance.
- How to measure resilience in yourself and others.
- How to develop proactive coping strategies.
- Identify why it's important to develop resilience
- Identify your current level of resilience
- Recognize how to build more resilience
- Recall how to construct a resilience-building action plan.
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