Fight or flight is a normal human response to life threatening situations. Many of todays ‘threats’, however, are not life or death situations.
We look for social connection to stay safe before we revert to fight or flight. How can you help people feel safe through connection first?
What is the crucial issue that your use of humour is distracting you from confronting?
Would you know what to do if a client’s trauma came up during your coaching conversation? As a leader, would you know what to do?
A good reading list is good to have.
Empathy is not sympathy. Empathy is hard work. Empathy is a vital part of leadership and building relationships.
There are advantages and disadvantages to having good and bad emotions.
Emotional walls can be tiring and unhealthy.
To navigate toxic behaviour, focus on what you’re trying to achieve and how you want to be.