Micro-resilience refers to implementing small changes that can have transformational effects. These are skills you already possess and can build on every day.
One of the things about seasoned leaders is they’ve been through the proverbial ringer a few times and have bounced back better and stronger. It’s one of the reasons we seek leaders with solid, diverse experience. But that doesn’t mean you have to wait for storms to hit to learn how to weather them. Big events can teach us many things, but so can small ones. That’s why it is important as you climb the corporate ladder to focus on micro-resilience: quickly overcoming everyday disagreements in order to train our ability to overcome bigger ones.
There are three ways you can do this on a regular basis.
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