As we are getting further into autumn and as the days are getting both colder and shorter, many of us are also starting to notice changes in our mood - maybe even on a daily basis.
While it is important to recognise that it is absolutely to normal to feel this way, whether we are in a more formal leadership position or not, we also need to recognise that the way we show up at work every day has got a direct impact or the people around us.
Evidence suggests that a leaders mood can actually have a direct impact on an organisations performance. In this Learning Spotlight, we explore how our negative moods affect both ourselves and the people around us – and five stages that can help you manage your mood effectively.
Have you noticed any changes in your mood in recent weeks?
You might already have some strategies in place to help you notice and manage your mood. Take a moment to think about how you could be using the steps in the article to help you manage your mood even more effectively.