Caroline Webb is Chief Executive of Sevenshift, an advisory firm that works with clients to strengthen their ability to lead and inspire change. Previously a Partner at McKinsey & Company, she remains an external Senior Adviser to McKinsey on leadership and she is a Senior Expert in the Mobius network. She is the author of How to Have a Good Day.
We all face things we can’t change – a heavy workload, cranky colleagues, the steady stream of emails. But what if we could make every day feel more like our best days, where everything seems to go our way? That’s where How To Have a Good Day comes in.
Looking forward to speaking tomorrow at @rotmanschool! https://t.co/Z2WB63BK44
by @Caroline_Webb_ - 4 days ago
RT @PennWomen: Join us for our #PennWomen teleclass with @Caroline_Webb_ on 3/30 and learn how to have more good days at work. https://t.co…
Interesting research on the way that cultivating more positive emotions may boost health outcomes.… https://t.co/xv1cpLWc6k
by @Caroline_Webb_ - 9 days ago
I'm just going to leave this here. https://t.co/lPrBN0wXai
by @Caroline_Webb_ - 10 days ago
@GraceMarshall @PennyPullan Lovely to meet you too @GraceMarshall!
CarolineWebbAuthor - 9 days ago
Sometimes you’re unlucky with your health, and there’s not a lot you can do about that. But a positive outlook does seem to help boost our immune system and counter depression. So if you’re feeling worn down, try one of these 8 techniques to give yourself a mental and physical boost.
CarolineWebbAuthor - 10 days ago
I'm just going to leave this here.
CarolineWebbAuthor - 11 days ago
This quick survey by the Potential Project, in partnership with Accenture, can shed some light on your level of day-to-day mindfulness - and offer suggestions for improvement. http://buff.ly/2qKQMNQ
CarolineWebbAuthor - 12 days ago
I really enjoyed contributing to Tanya Beckett's BBC Radio 4 Podcast 'The Art of the Meeting'. I think most people can relate to meeting fatigue – tune into the podcast for helpful tips on how to make meetings more productive and enjoyable.
CarolineWebbAuthor - 14 days ago
Many companies have experimented with unconscious bias training, to help reduce discrimination against minorities at work. This course takes a slightly different approach. An interesting read.
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