While most employers are strategizing around retention, and how their company can be a highly desired choice for top talent, employees too are having their own strategy sessions. Many may be taking a leap of faith to embrace post-pandemic career changes. But how wise, or how well thought through can the decision making process or the outcome be?
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- Create a ‘buddy’ system among colleagues.
- Have regular check-ins with team members – for example, politely asking for people to keep video on for some time, to see how well everyone is doing.
- Introduce fun challenges to keep employees motivated – virtual and in-person.
- Audit your own and personnel home workspaces and perhaps, personal circumstance – this can help you to understand what employees need in their home office space to work optimally.
- Allow some flexibility – put in some proper guidelines to guard against abuse.
Self-love is the process of knowing yourself. It is also you connecting with your inner self, overcoming self-limiting beliefs, letting go of everything that doesn’t serve you, and falling in love with yourself.
When we love what we do and do what we love, we are alive and soaring in all that we do.
Self-love helps silence the fear of rejection, our inner critic, and instead befriend it to serve us rather than taunt us. And we develop confidence in what we stand for, when we know who we are from within. With self-love, we are able to let go of self-judgment, negative thoughts, opinions, and people who are not aligned with us.
When we accept ourselves wholly for who we are, people around us also start seeing us in the same light. Likewise, when we love what we do and do what we love, we are alive and soaring in all that we do. This further draws others with positive energy to us. Ultimately, that power of love for yourself, will not only elevate your relationship with yourself. But it will enhance and deepen your relationship with work, family, life, and everything around you.
Recommended: The Third Space according to Adam Fraser. This is the transitional gap in between what we do. It’s not what we do. It’s what we do in between what we do. That is what is most important.
It’s not what we do. It’s what we do in between what we do. That is what is most important.