Introduced by Thierry Malleret, Co-Founder, The Monthly Barometer
The coauthor of Emotional Intelligence 2.0 and president at TalentSmart explains how the most successful people manage to stay calm under pressure—an essential trait for leaders, as stress decreases cognitive performance. Read on for a handful of practical recommendations, including: (1) Breathe; (2) Disconnect; (3) Stay positive; (4) Avoid asking “what if”; (5) Appreciate what you have… and more. Each strategy is backed by recent medical research (with links).
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What a great article! I’m going to post the link for my students around finals week!