Monthly News Roundup

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Our Monthly Mindful Leader news roundup contains the latest news and trends that are impacting our industry. We scan through hundreds of articles weekly and share top content with our 150k+ audience across all social media channels. Below are the top ten articles our audience found most engaging in the month of March.

1. Why Leaders Need To Prioritize Their Team’s Mental Health (Forbes)
The truth that mental health is central to our workplace, and therefore our leadership, is finally coming to the forefront of our conversation.

2. The Best Leaders Have a Contagious Positive Energy (Harvard Business Review)
The pandemic has taken a significant toll on the well-being and energy of so many. Positively energizing leaders are more crucial than ever.

3. How To Lead Your Exhausted Team (Forbes)
To lead an exhausted workforce, become aware of your own trauma and be compassionate and present with others.

4. Here’s how much of an impact your mood can have on your team’s morale (Fast Company)
Your demeanor as a boss can trickle down dramatically to your team.

5. Burned Out? Here's How You Can Recover, According to Experts (Inverse)
Burnout is not a personal failing but a response to chronic job stressors.

6. Meditation Reduces Mind Wandering And Mistakes At Work, New Studies Show (Forbes)
Innovative research has found help for employees who are error-prone or have difficulty focusing on the task at hand.

7. It’s not enough for CEOs to empathize with employees (Strategy & Business)
Instead, Potential Project founder Rasmus Hougaard says wise compassion is the key to having difficult conversations with workers.

8. 6 Important Tips for Improving Your Emotional Control (Entrepreneur)
Conquer your mind and conquer the world. Understand the importance of emotional control for entrepreneurs and learn how to improve yours with these six tips.

9. 5 Principles of Purposeful Leadership (Harvard Business Review)
The traditional model of the leader-hero who saves the day, knows it all, is the smartest person in the room, and is too often driven by power, fame, glory, or money is not appropriate in today's environment.

10. The case against empathy (Vox)
Why this Yale psychologist thinks you should be compassionate, not empathetic.


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