Well-being for a functional leader and team
How is your team doing? Do you feel like there is a good energy and functional team dynamics? Does the working environment support success? These are key to maintaining good work ability and providing what team members need to triumph. Whether it’s physical health or mental well-being, it’s better not to let challenges escalate to an extent where sick leave is already looming behind the corner. It pays off to detect and adjust course well in advance. Often there are several internal and external forms of support available for mental well-being. Auntie offers a low-threshold and hassle-free option for everyday challenges and to support mental well-being: Auntie packages.
Leaders need mental well-being too!
As a leader, team lead, or line manager, you are not immune to work-related stress. Equally, as a manager, you need to take care of the well-being of your mind in order to be able to function effectively and support your team. Leadership can be a solitary endeavor, and the possibility of talking to people in the same situation is not always available in one’s own workplace.
Auntie Leader packages
Auntie’s selection of psychological support packages for leaders and management focus on supporting the leader’s well-being, building resilience and providing tools for growing as a leader. Whether you are a new leader or a more seasoned one, Auntie professionals can provide an opportunity to stop and reflect, and structure your management work. The Leader packages reinforce your understanding of the importance of leadership and leading a team and help to clarify who you are as a leader and why. The packages provide tools for leadership work, your own coping with stress, increasing your team’s well-being and working with people from different backgrounds, also remotely. In addition, they provide support and tools for challenging situations, emotional leadership, and developing team resilience.
Caring for your team’s and your own mental well-being is an important part of leadership and your road to success.
How to recognise burnout – a guide to managers
Can you recognise the symptoms of a looming burnout that your team member may be expressing already long before they are actually burnout? What can you do, or should do?