Who are you going to make eye-contact with today?

Who are you going to make eye-contact with today?

Eye contact provides social information to the person you are listening to and talking to. It helps to build trust and engage an audience. It may take little practice to confidently hold someone’s gaze but you will quickly experience the benefits.

So here is a resilience practice we invite you to cultivate this week:
I take every opportunity to make eye-contact, creating trusting relationships.

Which meeting will I choose to lead standing up today?

Which meeting will I choose to lead standing up today?

Standing up, participants tend to be more present and attentive. The meeting is shorter and often more effective. Some even think that standing up helps generate more ideas! Last but not least, it creates body dynamics and is therefore healthier than sitting.

So here is a resilience practice we invite you to cultivate this week:
I take an opportunity every day to lead a stand up meeting.

Which new thing will you learn this week?

Which new thing will you learn this week?

Science has demonstrated the amazing plasticity of the brain. Learning capacity does not decline with age – on the contrary, stimulating the brain rewards us with new skills and perspective! Learning something new triggers curiosity and liberates your potential.

So here is a resilience practice we invite you to cultivate this week:
I seize, with curiosity, any opportunity to learn something new.

Whom will you seek feedback from today?

Whom will you seek feedback from today?

While we sometimes shy away from feedback fearing to appear vulnerable, it is crucial for personal and professional development. One of the best ways to not miss out on valuable information and to make the necessary adjustments is to proactively seek feedback, a leadership key competence.

So here is a resilience practice we invite you to cultivate this week:
I seize every day the opportunity to seek feedback.

Which reading will inspire you this week?

Which reading will inspire you this week?

Reading opens up horizons, inviting us to view the world differently. It also stimulates creativity and supports critical thinking. A study by the University of Sussex (England) demonstrated that 6 minutes of reading are enough to reduce stress and ease tension.

So here is a resilience practice we invite you to cultivate this week:
I set aside some quiet time to read an inspiring text.