PART 9: Leadership can be deeply fulfilling – but if the buck stops with you, you’re on your own. The key is knowing that bouts of intense isolation and loneliness don’t make you a bad leader. And if you expect it, you can find ways to deal with it.
Want to manage relationships better, stay calm in a crisis and inspire others? Enter emotional intelligence – a key leadership skill for social entrepreneurs. Find out how to develop yours in this expert guide.
Social entrepreneurs will need to hone seven critical skills to flourish in the future. First, a guide to cultivating resilience: expert tips and insider insights on how to handle and move on from tough times.
It's easy to feel overwhelmed by the current situation and all the challenges that's raising for those trying to keep a social enterprise afloat. But it is possible to keep the anxiety in check – here's one approach that might help.
This week's tip from leadership coach and mindfulness teacher Tim Segaller: watch out for getting stuck in rapid reaction mode, and instead take the time to revisit and reconnect with the inspiration and vision behind your social venture.
In the first in our new series offering guidance, reflections and exercises to help social impact leaders through difficult times, leadership coach and mindfulness teacher Tim Segaller shares a simple exercise to help you rest and reboot.
What's it like leading a social enterprise through a global pandemic? The boss of P3 – which took home the SE100 Resilience Award last year – on digging into cash reserves and adapting to constant change.