Episode 233: Is your team ready or reactive? To be ready, deal with change, and be flexible, people need energy. Meanwhile, stress, anxiety, and loss of engagement at work are major factors in modern work life and statistics are staggering in a negative direction. In many corporate workplaces, the brains of the people working there are the biggest asset of the business. The brain runs on energy, but most organizations treat people as though their personal energy is an infinite resource
In this episode Josefine Campbell, leadership coach, jiu-jitsu champion, and Author of Power Barometer: Manage Personal Energy for Business Success, gives you steps on how to increase awareness and navigate between different states of mind-agile, mellow, narrow, fragile-to improve your personal, your team’s, and your organization’s mental agility. Find out how to enhance your personal energy when managing or collaborating with others to become more mentally agile and productive.
Episode 233: Ready or Reactive
When you’re ready you’re in the green zone, you can use all of your brain, and your nervous system is calm, so you are more aware of what goes on around you. When you’re reactive, you get into the red zone and react from your autopilot.
When you create a working environment without psychological safety, collaboration, performance, and innovation will not thrive as much as they can versus an environment with psychological safety.
Making the distinction between professional, private, and personal energy.
One of the most important steps is to be aware as much as you can and then take responsibility for your behavior.
We make sense of things in ways that we have been conditioned to, that we learned were right, and very often in ways that we learned have served us well or made us thrive and survive. So we have the freedom to change that.
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