Bad days, good days…we’ve all had them. Our careers and our personal lives are full of ups and downs.
Learning to turn bad days into good days is a key leadership trait. Managing your team’s emotions is the smart way to get the best performance from your team.
According to Harvard Business Review, creating a positive work culture makes you
31% more productive and 40% more likely to receive a promotion. “You have 23% fewer health-related effects from stress, and your creativity rates triple.”
One of the quickest ways to change your perspective is to go for a short walk. Take a bad start to your day or a challenging conversation and turn it in to a positive moment by simply changing your outlook.
HBR | How to Turn a Bad Day Around
Fast Company | 7 Ways To Turn Around Your Bad Day In A Few Minutes
Inc. | Three Ways Positive Psychology Impacts Leadership and Performance
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