The best leaders of both large companies and small and medium-sized businesses, which are typically more highly respected for their emotional intelligence than for their analytical leadership in any workplace, are burdened with the immense task of leading their teams towards the achievement of professional success. They need to take care of the interests of their teammates while retaining their own professional capabilities. Such intense workloads can put pressure on their mental wellbeing too.
Nonetheless, these leaders need to cope effectively with ever-rising stresses and limit the damage caused by stress to their physical as well as mental health. Besides, they are required to learn appropriate stress management and resilience, developing strategies from experts in respective fields, which are of great benefit to both of them and also to their team members. Leaders' honest efforts alone are mostly inadequate to produce results, mainly if there is a lack of proper communication to influence the stakeholders.