Nonprofit human resources experts often attribute a lack of employee engagement to unconscious work habits. Managers watch poorly performing employees go about their day unconsciously, paying little mind to what they perceive and even how they are perceived.
So it’s a truism in nonprofit management that the happiest employees spend the workday mindfully, while disengaged and ineffective nonprofit staffers try to push what they’re doing and how they’re doing it out of their minds.
Read the article below to learn more about how you and your nonprofit staff can work harder, and more happily.
Lead with Intention: How to Practice Conscious Entry [Rosetta Thurman]