The reality is, if you're going to lead innovation, you're gonna have to take some hard knocks along the way. But first I have some bad news for you. It will never be this slow again. Today is the slowest day of the rest of your life. And if you think I'm joking, um, it's probably actually true on a grander scale because there is no trend that you confined. That suggests the pace of life or business or technology is going to slow down. Every trajectory, every curve you see talks about the accelerating pace of change, business and technology going forward. Metcalfe's law, Moore's law. All of these things will combine to make the pace even faster, even harder, even mawr stressful. So if the challenger trying to solve fours, how do I get my arms around this? How do I slow things down next week? Next month next year, I'll finally get back on top. That's probably not going to happen, at least not by traditional methods.
If you’re a leader, stress is a part of your job description. From your daily dealings with employees, colleagues and clients to your need to worry about the overall direction of your business, pressures large and small seem to pop up at every turn.
Trying to eradicate stress from your life is futile. A better response is to learn how to embrace it and allow it to help you improve your performance. This course will show you the immediate action steps you can take to reframe stress and use it to your advantage. You’ll also learn to build your resilience, one of the essential aspects of innovation leadership.
In this course, you’ll learn how to:
- Shift your performance curve with the three R’s—reduce, recover and reframe.
- Use the top three recovery techniques.
- Gamify stress with reframing techniques.
- Understand the brain science of stress and performance using the Yerkes-Dodson law.