Daily success habits of long-term high performers
Recent statistics indicate that workplace stress has reached epidemic proportions. The Labour Force Survey in 2018 revealed that in Great Britain, a staggering 595,000 workers suffered from work-related stress, depression or anxiety – that’s 1,800 per 100,000 employees who are members of the stress club. Today’s leaders are faced with a constantly changing business climate – rapidly evolving technology, organisational uncertainty, financial pressure and changing client demands. Simultaneously, employees want their leaders to be inspiring, inclusive and to cultivate psychological safety so people can discuss mental health openly. To balance the many demands on leaders at work and move forward from these statistics, workplace resilience needs to be prioritised. Angela Armstrong defines resilience as the ability to take the challenges and changes of life in your stride and to say yes to the opportunities that excite you and her book, The Resilience Club, equips the reader with the necessary resilience habits to attain and sustain high performance.