It can be tough enough to manage your own stress. But how can you, as a manager, help the members of your team handle their feelings of stress, burnout, or disengagement?
Because work is getting more demanding and complex, and because many of us now work in 24/7 environments, anxiety and burnout are not uncommon. In our high-pressure workplaces, staying productive and engaged can be challenging.
Although it’s unlikely that the pace or intensity of work will change much anytime soon, there’s a growing body of research that suggests certain types of development activities can effectively build the capacity for resilience.
The average person spends one-third, or 36%, of their lives sleeping. That means if you live to be 90, you spend about 32 years asleep.
"What that 32 years is telling us is sleep, at some level, is important, and yet for most of us, we don’t give sleep a second thought," says Russell Foster, a circadian neuroscientist, in his massively popular TED talk titled, "Why Do We Sleep?" "We throw it away. We just don’t think about sleep."
Since sleep and its role in our lives is still mostly a mystery, those hours we rest are, unfortunately, thought of as a waste of time in our always-on, connected world. As the famous saying goes, "money never sleeps," so those who can find a way to "cheat" sleep are accoladed for their "secret to success"—as if getting by on less sleep is accomplished through sheer determination.
"we don't think about false results nearly enough in business. False negatives in business are common too, as in the examples of search, delivery, and Chinese COD - but they are often harder to spot. The problem is that false positives are self-correcting, but false negatives are not. When you get a positive result from a business experiment, typically you'll keep at it. If it turns out to have been a false result, the world will make that clear enough. But if you get a false negative, you'll be inclined to "pivot." And you'll never know that you were on to something good - unless somebody else tries it again.
There is every reason to take advantage of your morning routines. Because we are always more productive after we wake up, taking advantage of the morning will prove beneficial in the short and long term.
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