What are stressed-out leaders costing you?
Our research has uncovered the far-reaching ways that managers who aren’t adept at handling stress are costing their companies.
Stressed-out managers have employees who are less engaged, less likely to plan on staying with the company, and less interested in advancing within the company.
These leaders are also more likely to be seen by their people as irrelevant, or even actively harmful to employee and organization performance.
Resilient leaders are different.
Resilient leaders, those who can manage their stress effectively, have employees who:
- are more engaged with their work,
- have less stress overall,
- are more likely to want to advance within the organization,
- and are highly unlikely to seek a new job.
Organizations can and must develop resilient leaders.
In this report, you’ll find the data showing the far-reaching company-wide effects of leaders who can't handle stress. Plus, you’ll find research-based recommendations for helping your leaders master the skills they need to learn to handle stress, lead mindfully, and improve their wellbeing.