Why resilience matters
Work is often associated with stress, heavy workloads, deadlines, communication challenges or unclear roles and responsibilities. If work culture is not supported positively, employees dealing with demanding situations may struggle to be productive and be able to thrive.
Think of your workplace for a minute. Are the people on your team working coherently, managing their stress factors and conflicts; and dealing with the pressures at work well?
Are your employees indeed resilient?
Resilience is often described as the ability to cope with life’s challenges and being able to recover from stressful situations. But resilience goes beyond bouncing back easily. It also means resilient people are flexible and can adapt to challenging situations or know how not to get into them in the first place.
It’s about how we respond to our stressors.
Nagging, negative emotions can easily drain our energy and our resilience declines. In that state, it is often hard to concentrate, be our best and handle situations we face. When our battery is drained, we lack energy and are less resilient to stressors outside of our control. We are more likely to make poor choices in our words, decisions or actions. Therefore managing our energy is crucial not just to our overall well being, but to others around us as well.
Imagine reducing stress, anxiety and depression by improving focus, sleep and calmness. HeartMath has discovered that our heart rhythm patterns are the best reflection of our inner state. Heart signals have a significant effect on our brain function improving cognitive capacity such as attention, perception, memory, and problem-solving. By adding heart, you can shift in the moment into a state of balance and renewing feelings, such as appreciation, care, love and compassion. This approach brings a positive outcome not only to your health, daily life but your work life as well.
Achieve inner calm, shift your mood, develop a more positive outlook and take charge of your life by discovering HeartMath, an experience science-based technology and program.
HeartMath coaching/mentoring programs are available for individuals and groups as well. For more information please contact Viktoria at 440.313.5810