What is the Mindful Leadership Muskan Goyal

What is the Mindful Leadership 

Muskan Goyal 

Mindful Leadership  means being able to take an honest look at yourself and asking these questions on a regular basis. It also means trying to lead without ego and being willing to put the interest of others before ourselves. If you want to develop into a mindful Leader  , here are five traits you should focus on.

 #Leading by Example:

A mindful Leader   should not expect others to do the things that he or she is not willing to do. Otherwise, there will be a disconnect between the Leadership  and the workforce. That can gradually cause a deterioration of trust. Those in Leadership  positions should be aware that their behavior and attitude will influence the culture of the organization and the people working under them.

a)Appreciation and Recognition:

A paycheck is good but is not always enough. Individuals need to be appreciated and recognized on a regular basis for the hard work that they’re putting in. Regular appreciation is especially important to balance out the more critical feedback that a Leader   sometimes needs to provide. The worker who is appreciated and properly recognized will be more engaged and there’s a higher likelihood that they won’t develop a wandering eye.

b)Leading with Humility:

Humility is not a sign of weakness or a lack of confidence. According to Ken Blanchard, “humility doesn’t mean to think less of yourself, it means to think of yourself less.” A humble Leader   is able to recognize his or her strengths and weaknesses and is not afraid to ask for help when needed. Leading with humility means that the Leader  s are open to receiving feedback and won’t just blame the workforce, but are able to look at their own shortcomings when company goals have not been met.

c)Communicating with Compassion:

We know how impactful words can be, and for Leader  s it is vital to be able to communicate in a mindful and compassionate manner. Be aware of your emotions before responding to an email or communicating in-person. Take the time to consider whether the communication you’re about to deliver is honest and beneficial. It may not always be possible to meet these criteria, however if we’ve taken the time to be as thoughtful as possible there is a greater likelihood of a positive outcome from the communication.

d)Balanced Emotions:

Having a regular mindfulness meditation practice can help an individual get in touch with their feelings and emotions and become aware when they might be disturbed or angry. This can be useful as our schedule gets busy and hectic. Mindfulness gives us that moment of pause and calm to reflect on our actions and behavior so that we don’t act out of emotion and do something we might regret. It can help us improve our emotional intelligence, which allows us to understand another person’s perspective and be more sympathetic to their needs and concerns.

Mindfulness will not magically help us develop these qualities. It helps put us in the right frame of mind so we can be more aware of our thoughts, emotions, speech, and behavior. The more we become aware of these things, the more we will be able to control them and not be controlled by them.

Muskan Goyal 

HR Manager

AirCrews Aviation Pvt. Ltd.




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