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Posts By Kima L. Tozay, LICSW
Research found that 83% of U.S. workers suffer from work-related stress, with 25% saying their job is the number one stressor in their lives.
There’s no doubt about it, today’s world is VUCA — Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous. Could compassionate leadership be the way forward? How can we start?
If you are called to serve others in a leadership capacity, then you must commit to become a trauma-informed leader. Here’s what that means, and six reasons why it’s so important.
Research shows that the most successful leaders exhibit mindful presence, authenticity and self-confidence as they face workplace challenges. Here are three ways to bring your boldest self to your biggest problems.
Are you emotionally and physically exhausted? Do you no longer feel a sense of personal accomplishment at work? Have you become disconnected from co-workers? You might have compassion fatigue, not burnout.
Psychological safety can make workplace meetings open and productive—or, without it, can lead to low self-esteem and organizational risk, among other impacts. What does “psychological safety” actually mean anyway, and what nine tips can foster it?
It’s important to stop and consider whether we should make a commitment, before we actually do. Here are seven questions to ask ourselves.
The term “life-work integration” has replaced the notion of “work-life balance.” But what does the new concept mean — and how can we achieve it?
These four steps will help you make better decisions about taking the best opportunities for your personal and professional growth.