Tired? Sick? At the office anyway?
Here’s why you shouldn’t be: Powering through when we’re not feeling our best depletes our mental energy – and that makes us more likely to be disengaged, break the rules or act unethically, UNC Kenan-Flagler professor Mike Christian tells strategy + business.
His research shows that employees who practice mindfulness are more engaged in their work. Practicing mindfulness also helps leaders better connect with and understand their employees.
Check out this video by strategy + business to learn about the benefits of mindfulness in the workplace and visit strategy-business.com to read more.