With work consuming an average of 47 hours a week, it’s important to think about the impact the workplace has on your health. The workplace can be full of hazards: stress, germs, physical discomfort, anxiety. Bringing that stress home could potentially lead to trouble sleeping, weight gain or loss, irritability and even burnout.
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If our boredom is something we have the power to change, then what will that change look like? What’s the next step? Turn your boredom into a jumping off point, ready to propel you forward.
The physical signs of stress impact us all, whether through shortness of breath, heart racing or sweaty palms, and we’ve all heard that too much stress is bad for your health. But what if that wasn’t true?
Role models can be a source of inspiration and encouragement. When you think about who inspires you, you may think about their accomplishments, character and how they approach challenges. We hope to learn from these pioneering individuals and draw from their experiences in our own work.
Here are the steps I took to make sure I close out the year on a high note. What are some of the things you do to prepare for the new year?
Learning these three tools can help you efficiently map out projects, identify problems and implement effective solutions.
Aspiring to be a strong leader means training to run hurdles. We all run into internal and external obstacles that take effort to overcome. Knowing what internal obstacles can throw off your day, and being prepared for the external ones too, can make a huge difference in how you respond when you hit a roadblock.Read… Read more »
As a team leader, encouraging your whole team to bring their thoughts and opinions to the table takes intentional planning, but has the potential to bring out the best in each team member. Here are a few tips to cultivate a productive environment for your whole team during your next meeting.