Recently, one of my colleagues asked if she could do a workshop for the School of Business directors. The topic of the workshop was stress.
Embracing mindfulness, enhancing productivity, and taking a break can help us make more effective use of our time and energy.
People are coming together, processing and sharing all of the information they receive about COVID-19 via video chats, social media, and other methods.
Many employers have sanctioned working from home. They believe the practice produces a healthier workforce and a more sustainable ecological future.
A tradition of mine the past several years has been to create a vision board illustrating my hopes, dreams, and goals I hope to accomplish in the new year.
Create your New Year's resolutions and start small with incremental changes. Build in accountability measures and grab a friend to join the journey.
During this holiday season, start a new trend. Make the holidays less about stress and obligations, and more about celebrating another successful year.
For many, the winter season can be hard to handle. But it can be especially unbearable for the millions who suffer from seasonal affective disorder (SAD).
The holiday season is a mixed bag of intense emotions. For many of us, the swift return to business as usual can trigger a case of post-holiday blues.