C-level executives today need a different skillset to deal with the current business realities. What abilities and behaviours do organisations need in their leaders – now and in the future?
Beyond Well-being: Building Resilience
Mental health, wellness and well-being at work have never had as much attention as they do today.
There is no doubt of the importance of those issues and they can no longer be ignored by employers.
But how can organisations help individuals develop the natural resilience needed to thrive and contribute in the volatile times we live in?
Join us for a debate with world-renowned experts and understand their perspective on how your organisation can go beyond supporting employee well-being and start developing true resilience.Watch on Demand
Sudhanshu Palsule is an award-winning educator, consultant, and leadership coach.
Sudhanshu is an educator at Duke CE and Senior Associate at Moller Institute, Churchill College, University of Cambridge, and also teaches at the Indian School of Business in India and CEDEP in France.
Regarded as one of the leading thinkers in the fields of Complexity and Transformative Leadership, his workshops are renowned for their transformative impact – his unique work brings together the latest research emerging from neurology and cognitive psychology, and his own exploration of human thinking and behavior over the past 30 years.
Sudhanshu is the author of several books including Rehumanizing Leadership: Putting Purpose Back Into Business – a book that explores and offers the tools and mindset that leaders need to take their organizations into the 21st century and move away from the linear and fragmented leadership models that emerged out of the industrial age.Learn mode about Sudhanshu Palsule
Marieluise Maiwald is an internationally-experienced learning and development consultant, faculty member, and coach.
Born and raised in Germany, Marieluise has lived, worked, and studied in the US, the UK, France, and Switzerland, which definitely built her resilience and adaptability.
Her career included in-house roles with Google and Novartis as well as external roles with Columbia Business School, Headspring and Duke Corporate Education.
Her experience encompasses a wide variety of sectors spanning from pharmaceuticals to technology, manufacturing, FMCGs, aerospace and telecommunications.Learn more about Marieluise Maiwald
In this Episode
How is having negative emotions make us resilient? They (negative emotions) are not useless at all because every emotion we have is a guide to understanding who we are. (...) To wallow in negative emotions is dysfunctional, but to have a negative emotion, to be able to watch it, to be able to understand where it's coming from, what is its cause, what's the pattern behind it - It's enormous learning there. I would suggest that we learn to watch our negative emotions, learn to figure out the grammar behind it, the logic behind it, and that can become a big springboard for learning in all of us.
What are the positive impacts of stress on our performance? Stress is not an enemy in our life. It's actually the key to growth. To perform optimally, we just need to be able to shift into these positive emotions and one way of doing that is by reframing our stress away from an idea of a threat to an opportunity, a challenge, or maybe even an adventure. With this high energy and positive emotions we feel like we can succeed.
Being back in your original position isn't just enough anymore. We need to grow and develop both as individuals as teams as organizations. Marieluise Maiwald
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