How to Help Others Be Their Authentic Self
Motherhood and Authenticity
New Skill-Building Microlessons Out Now Organizations are responsible for ensuring the safety and well-being of all of their employees. A lack of diversity in critical roles and leadership, downplaying the care that employees are responsible for outside of work, and simply not having the skills to understand one's vulnerability impact the inclusion and belonging of others. When your employees’ well-being is not met, they can’t be their authentic self.
In this microlesson, we explain how a new mom at work may have a need not met by the workplace, making it hard for them to be their authentic self at work. We can increase awareness of others' needs by listening and tapping internal and external resources to create a more inclusive workplace. We illustrate how we can help each other respectfully and how to advocate for a person's needs.
- Stress signals to watch out for among other colleagues
- How to help our colleagues who are overwhelmed and how to ask for help
- Helpful habits your employees and managers can learn to make a big impact on others
- How to be more aware of the needs of others at work and beyond
Interested in training your employees with 3-5 minute video lessons that address specific and timely concepts?