Power stress occurs when leaders are aware of the influence and responsibility of their position and feel additional pressure to make the right decisions for their teams and organization. High levels of power stress reduces empathy, impacts productivity and increases reliance on old patterns of behavior. This stress trickles down to employees, creating a culture devoid of inspiration, clarity and solidarity. To counter power stress, leaders must learn to manage themselves effectively. Mindful leaders inspire loyalty, draw the best out of their teams, and are excellent communicators. They become in tune with others and have high degrees of emotional intelligence and motivation for power and achievement.
Attendees Will Learn
-To develop self-awareness of how and when key stressors get activated for them
-To create new mental maps that reduce stress and improve mental and emotional resilience
-Simple mindfulness techniques enabling them to lead with a calm, non-judgmental and collaborative temperament
-To identify and correct patterns of behavior that are unproductive and unhealthy - within themselves and in their teams
About This Speaker
Puja has over 15 years’ experience teaching mindfulness and meditation-based techniques to executives, holds an MBA and is a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, New York. She is the co-author of two best-selling books, Unleash Your Inner Magnificence and 365 Ways to Connect with Your Soul. Her work has been featured in publications like the Huffington Post, MindBodyGreen, Thrive Global, and the Washington Post.
The last webinar was a big hit with the employees and we are hoping to set up another session soon