It may be draining to run the whole ship. But the more sensitive you are, the more you knock it out of the park.
Being sensitive was what let me motivate, inspire, and manage my people.
Giving yourself an environment where you can focus is an absolute game changer.
Actually caring about the people you’re working with — and doing what’s good for them — is a recipe for success.
They’re arguably the best people anyone could hire to run an organization.
As a highly sensitive person, I’m the one who notices every emotion in the office — which means I’m often the one managing those emotions for others.
You’ve been told that leaders must be bold, aggressive, and quick-thinking. It’s a lie — sensitive leaders are strong leaders, and we need HSPs at the top.
Some of the same traits that make a person creative are also traits of the highly sensitive person. So does this mean HSPs are natural born creatives?
Are highly sensitive people drawn to stressful caring professions like teaching?
A highly sensitive person can survive and thrive even in stressful jobs. But it requires a deep level of self-awareness — and these strategies will help.
At 20 percent of the population, highly sensitive people aren’t rare — and every workplace has them. Yet very few workplaces are set up to help HSPs thrive.
Open offices are terrible. They actually lower productivity and make people sick. And if you’re sensitive to your environment, they’re EVEN WORSE.