Your Soul Food for Friday April 15, 2022: Finding Zen At Work And Beyond

Happy Soul Food Friday & Happy Easter and Passover!

This week:

Finding Zen At Work

If you can use a little more Zen in your life, register here: https://go.ucsd.edu/3KcFrvn

The Most Important Leadership Skill According to Research:

If you are committed to positive relationships and a compelling organizational culture that drives results, here is the leadership competency that will have a huge bearing on the present and future world of work with constructive effects on:

  • Innovation
  • Engagement
  • Retention
  • Inclusivity
  • Work-Life

The mental health stats cited here from September of ’21 have arguably only got worse in our VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous) world.

New conditions call for new responses, in this case maybe just turning up the volume on this important leadership competency.

Empathy Is The Most Important Leadership Skill According To Research (forbes.com)

Why Community Matters So Much- And How To Find Yours:

How are you doing with the 4 criteria of community namely; membership, influence, integration and fulfillment of needs?

How to find your community as an adult — and why it matters – Vox

Harvard Research Finds Serious Red Flag To Watch Out For At Work
If you have a worker that exhibits this trait, you’ll probably agree with the Harvard team’s conclusions

Harvard Research Finds Serious Red Flag To Watch Out For At Work (ladbible.com)

The Case for Taking Naps (Even at Work):

The Autonomy to Decide If and When We Need Rest

The Case for Taking Naps (Even at Work) (hbr.org)

Changing your diet could add up to 13 years to your life, study says
Switching from a typical Westernized diet of red meat and processed foods can add up to 13 years to your life if you start at age 20, but even people in their 60s can add years.

Changing your diet could add up to 13 years to your life, study says – CNN

Plus Advice From Kids-

Press 3 for a pep talk from kindergartners. A new hotline gives you options for joy
What started as an art project at a California elementary school has gone viral. The free hotline offers wise advice and encouraging messages from kids to anyone who calls.

A new hotline offers pep talks from kindergartners : NPR

Thanks this week go to Paula C, Paula T & Marlaine C for your contributions.

If you have inspirational content that makes you think of Soul Food Friday, send it my way!

Please pay it forward and create your own Zen!

Love,

Neville  

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