Created on 2022-06-22 11:13
Published on 2022-06-22 11:35
This week I am looking forward to discussing leadership and how to navigate the multiple challenges that come with leadership. And the growing concern among parents around social media use and impact on teenagers.
As a leader, it can be great to have the full agreement and acquiescence of everyone on the team. But are people agreeing to your ideas because they see merit in it…or just because of you’re the boss? The fact is that if you want to lead an imaginative and creative team, you must know how to avoid groupthink.https://www.linkedin.com/embeds/publishingEmbed.html?articleId=7540497691431986529&li_theme=light
Nothing has shaken up leadership and culture than the last two years, impacted by COVID. The COVID-19 pandemic has transformed the way we work and collaborate. Remote work and Zoom meetings have become a way of life. Plus, there is a growing emphasis on employee engagement and wellbeing programmes after the mental health challenges came to light in the first year of the pandemic.
Organisations around the globe are keeping an eye on post-pandemic workplace trends. Still, many of them are struggling to identify the paradigm changes shaping employer-employee relations, whether remote and hybrid work or the role of technology. That’s why Manah Wellness is sharing the main post-COVID workplace trends that will shape work culture in 2022 and beyond. Read on!https://www.linkedin.com/embeds/publishingEmbed.html?articleId=6988038535264599460&li_theme=light
A few decades ago, parents used to worry about their teenaged children falling into bad company or doing poorly at exams. But today, they should probably be concerned about the rising incidence of poor mental health among adolescents and teenagers worldwide.
Mental health conditions are one of the main causes of illness and disability among adolescents (individuals aged 10-19 years). And suicide is the fourth most common cause of death in people aged 15-19 years, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO).
While the pandemic certainly has had a role to play in disrupting their academic and social lives, social media addiction is also being blamed for the current state of teenagers’ mental health.
Digital habits contributing to worse mental health in teens?https://www.linkedin.com/embeds/publishingEmbed.html?articleId=9085556721334856824&li_theme=light
That’s it for now!
If you have not yet gotten your copy of the Return to Work Checklist for Emotionally Healthy Workplaces, head over to manahwellness.com and get your copy today!
While you are there try Manah’s free emotional wellbeing assessment!
Till next week, take care!
Ashwin Naik is the co-founder of Manah Wellness
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