Leading through anxiety

Anxiety has become a largely universal experience over the past couple of years. Many view anxiety as something to fight through or minimize, but anxiety has a purpose: If approached correctly, it can be a transformative human feature that can help us create and find meaning. It can also enable a culture of innovation, say senior partners Laura Furstenthal and Erik Roth. If you’re a leader managing your own anxiety or if you’re looking to support your employees during challenging times, check out these insights to learn more about:

  • how to reclaim your relationship with anxiety
  • how to foster a culture of innovation in the face of fear
  • toxic workplace behavior and its impact on burnout and attrition
  • why organizations should take a systemic approach to improving mental health and well-being

Author Talks: Make anxiety your ally

Fear factor: Overcoming human barriers to innovation

Addressing employee burnout: Are you solving the right problem?

Author Talks: Quiet!

How to turn everyday stress into ‘optimal stress’

Author Talks: We need to talk about Asian American mental health

Addressing the unprecedented behavioral-health challenges facing Generation Z

How employers can improve their approach to mental health at work

Overcoming stigma: Three strategies toward better mental health in the workplace

Out of the shadows: Sustainably improving workplace mental health