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Delphinium's Weekly Secrets To Success

28th March 2023

Happy Staff, Eliminating Stress and Prioritising Self Improvement



We’re into the last week of March, and you know what that means… its April Fools Day at the end of the week. Now you have no excuse for getting caught out; remember what day it is on Saturday.I love to see all the creative pranks everyone comes up with.

In the meantime, I’ll be jetting off to Mexico for a change of scenery. I’ll still be keeping up to date with some work and emails, although I’ll have a warmer, sunnier background!I can’t wait for some time to relax, unwind and get stuck into a good book.Enjoy the week ahead and this week’s top picks.

Article of the Week: 7 Effective Stress Management Techniques

Stress, stress, stress!We all experience it at some point, and it’s a common challenge in the workplace. But the good news is that we can manage it effectively using the right techniques.If you’re struggling with stress, don’t worry! We’ve got you covered with this article that explains seven effective stress management strategies. By using these strategies, we can not only reduce our own stress levels but also improve the well-being of our teams.So, what are you waiting for? Give it a read, and let us know your favourite!

#TopTip: Happy Employees = Successful Team

Want a thriving team?

Prioritise getting to know each person in your team on a deeper level – not just the ones you naturally get on well with. You’ll then be able to understand each individual’s goals and needs better, enabling you to support them better and create a positive work environment. And remember, a little effort goes a long way in building a team that truly thrives.

Recommended Read: Atomic Habits - James Clear

Hey, have you heard of Atomic Habits by James Clear?It’s a fantastic book I recently re-read after being diagnosed with ADHD. This time around, I picked up on some new ideas I didn’t fully grasp before.
One of these concepts is the importance of visibility in tracking progress. Clear suggests using marbles in a jar, which is great, but I found the sound of marbles hitting the jar irritating. So, I switched to using neon bouncy balls instead!
It’s been fun assigning different colours to different goals and watching the jars fill up. It reminds me of the star charts we used to have in school, but it’s been effective for me.

Delphinium's Emotional Intelligence Training

We know that leading with emotional intelligence is vital to maximising your potential as a leader.This is why Delphinium’s Leading With Emotional Intelligence training provides leaders like you with the tools and techniques needed to cultivate emotional intelligence and integrate it into your leadership style.

You’ll become more self-aware, build empathy, and use emotional intelligence to drive change and improve performance.We’ll provide you with the skills and knowledge needed to create inclusive cultures and foster a sense of belonging among your team.

If you want to leverage the power of emotional intelligence, then get in touch and start your journey towards becoming an emotionally intelligent leader.

Here’s to a week of progress and positive change. Keep in mind that leadership is about taking risks and stepping outside your comfort zone, so don’t be afraid to try new things.

Kind regards,

Gemma 💜

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