With the rise of mental health issues and with the COVID pandemic forcing less and less interactions amongst co-workers and leaders, senior leaders in many organizations are suffering numerous new ailments and challenges. With this workplace scenario continuing to be a problem, as times progress with more and more complications arising, many leaders are reaching breaking points in their personal lives
EGN’s Managing Director, Nick Jonsson, was featured in The Business Times Views From The Top alongside other executives in Singapore, who have shared their thoughts as to what could eventuate in 2022 (10/1). Read Nick’s comment about how the pandemic has shaped leadership and how leading with compassion and kindness is the way forward in 2022.
Recent changes in our work environments and psychological needs have accelerated the rise of a new core leadership strength: vulnerability. Although we all struggle, sharing our struggles with those we lead has traditionally been a sign of weakness. In contrast, TED speaker, Brene Brown, notes that vulnerability is a compelling way to build trust, and this could not be more important as we head toward 2022.
Listen to the latest The TechLink Health Podcast hosted by Justine Reiss featuring Nick Jonsson on their Episode: Perspectives on executive wellbeing.
Nick Jonsson is selected and published in the Candid the book 100 Perspectives on Gender Equality in Singapore.
Listen to the latest From Survivor to Thriver Podcast by Erik DaRosa, MBA, who hosted Nick Jonsson on their Episode 38 - Nick Jonsson: If we can talk to each other, miracles are possible.
Nick Jonsson in Women Icons Network article: Systemic Change of Equal Benefits to Men, Women Needed to Overcome Mindsets
As we celebrate World Kindness Day, I encourage all the leaders of today and tomorrow, no matter what role or background, to #leadwithkindness. Let us put kindness firmly at the center of our leadership and make the world a better place by promoting good deeds and pledging acts of kindness.
Do you know the difference between being depressed or just sad? I really think most people know the difference. It is normal to feel sad from time to time. Everyone somewhere, sometime in lives will experience sadness.