Lessons for Leaders 31: How to Create Habits that Eliminate Stress

Nov 5, 2020 | Lessons for Leaders

How to Create Habits that Eliminate Stress

As we enter into Lockdown 2 in England and if you’re else where then you’re probably already experiencing more severe restrictions. After going through a first stage lockdown in the summer, you or your employees are now feeling more stressed and anxious than ever before with worries about what will happen, will they cope, will it only be a month.

As we enter into Lockdown 2 in England and if you’re elsewhere then you’re probably already experiencing more severe restrictions. After going through a first stage lockdown in the summer, you or your employees are now feeling more stressed and anxious than ever before with worries about what will happen, will they cope, will it only be a month.

We’ve also seen a rise in publicity around the detrimental effects of the pandemic on mental health and wellbeing.  This makes it both informative and sometimes slightly alarming!

On the podcast this week I’m talking about how you can create habits that eliminate stress.  I talk about how to:

  • Increase positivity so that focus isn’t all on the negative things in work and life
  • Easy ways to support brain breaks
  • Common issues I’m hearing from organisations that are detrimental to mental wellbeing AND what you can do instead

All this gives you and your team quick ways to get a sense of achievement which eliminates the stress and boost positivity and performance.

Listen into this third podcast in the mini-series about stress.  As we come to the end of November’s stress awareness week I’m sharing details about changing habits, supporting you and your teams to think differently, be more positive and reduce the worrying.

I’m also sharing some of the common pitfalls that a lot of individuals are experiencing when working from home, but also sharing the feedback I received on two corporate webinars.

Hear about how powerful and supportive it was when people on my webinar began to share their experiences which was helpful to others who attended too.

You can also hear about the simple tools and techniques to increase your self esteem, your feel good chemicals so that you get a sense of achievement, which in turn, increases your motivation.

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This post discusses: habits, leadership, lessonsforleaders, mentalhealth, mindset, stress, wellbeing
Emma Langton

Emma Langton

Executive Leadership Coach

Emma hosts the Lessons for Leaders podcast. Each week she brings you lessons, learnings, tips and advice to enable you to lead with ease in business, without stress, doubt and overwhelm so that I help you to increase your performance, be resilient and thrive in life. Emma has been providing coaching, training and therapeutic support for executives since setting up her business in 2011. Prior to that she spent over 20 years with people at the top of national and multi-national training and communication businesses.

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