Weekly insights for changemakers

“Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a harder battle.” 
― Plato

Happy Monday!

1. This Week’s Posts

How to Be Kind to Yourself: Stop Chasing Self-Confidence

The pressure to look good and feel good is not working, according to neuroscience. No matter how hard you try, no matter how good you are — it never feels enough. Why self-compassion beats self-confidence, and how it can help you thrive in business and life. #leadership #personaldevelopment

The Power of Self-Awareness to Build Successful Teams

Self-awareness is powerful to uncover our blind spots and turn them into bright spots. Self-aware teams are more confident, build better relationships, and are more effective. How to move from self-awareness to team awareness. #teamwork #leadership

Exercises to Improve Self-Compassion

Actionable exercises to reflect on how you treat yourself and deal with your inner-critic. It also includes additional resources for those who want to dig deeper into the subject. #mindfulness #selfgrowth

2. The Space Between Self-Compassion And Self-Esteem — TED Talk

A down-to-earth and thought-provoking talk by the number one self-compassion expert in the US. Kristin Neff asks: “When you’re in the trenches, do you want an enemy or an ally?” Watch Now.

3. How to Plan the Right Team Retreat

Are you or someone in your organization planning a team offsite for the near future? This resource will help you understand the different options and how to choose the right one based on your goals and challenges. Learn more.

4. “The Willpower Instinct” — How Self-control Matters

Based on Stanford University wildly popular course, “The Science of Willpower,” this book by Kelly McGonigal explains the new science of self-control and how it can be harnessed to improve our health, happiness, and productivity. Check out the book.

5. Psychological Safety: How to Build a Powerful Culture (Workshop)

Is your team censoring their best ideas? Are they afraid of getting fired? Trust is the foundation of any successful team. Building Psychological Safety enables “a shared belief that a team is safe for interpersonal risk-taking.” This workshop will help you understand the principles of using transparency to build Psychological Safety at your organization.
Learn more here or reach out with any questions. stretch@liberationist.org

6. One Quote:

“Do not try to use what you learn from Buddhism to be a Buddhist; use it to be a better whatever-you-already-are.” — Dalai Lama

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Overcoming resistance to change is anything but easy. Whether your company is going through a significant transformation, adopting a new process or strategy, or accelerating innovation; change always creates opposition.

Resistance to change requires understanding and reframing mindsets, emotions, and behaviors of both team members and those leading change initiatives.

To create enduring transformation, we focus on three areas: Self-awareness, Team Awareness, and Culture of Change.

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