Click to listen to Episode 9 – Exploring Journaling For Managers and Supervisors From Chaos To Calm.
Hi, Managers and Supervisors, How’s it going?
In today’s podcast episode, we will be exploring the technique of journaling in the workplace as a manager and supervisor and how it may help keep you in the proper perspective during challenging situations.
Journaling may work out specific problems, generate ideas, and brainstorm. Writing down thoughts, ideas, and emotions can help release tension and encourage creative thinking. This writing can help develop new ideas for products and services and improve customer service techniques. Focusing on the concept, process, or development through journaling may challenge you to discover creative solutions.
- What happens if you react right now or at this moment?
- What will happen if you decide not to respond?
- What are the benefits of walking away and taking time to reflect before handling the situation?
- How can you handle this situation calmly?
- How will you overcome obstacles in the way?
- After you have time to reflect, how will you respond?
- What are your action steps now?
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Today’s podcast Affirmation:
I journal to make good decisions!
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4 thoughts on “Exploring Journaling For Managers and Supervisors From Chaos to Calm”
I like the affirmation “I journal to make good decisions” its got an outcome and easy to remember
Journaling questions are very helpfull for growth
I agree that journaling questions are very helpful for growth in all areas of life. Thank you for sharing. 🙂
Angela, I feel that when I journal and recite affirmations, it does help me make good decisions. Thank you for sharing. 🙂