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.
The COVID-19 pandemic has given us an opportunity. Let’s implement the basic tools that have proven to be effective to achieve a proper work-life balance.
With Halloween behind us and the calendar into November, it’s time to start thinking about how the upcoming holidays will affect your office productivity.
With so much time at work, should our careers be a calling or is what we do to make money an experience in misery? For most, it is somewhere in between.
No matter the words you use to describe it, having a desire to work in a place that will share and support your values isn’t going away. The challenge remains in figuring out how to test and evaluate a company’s often unspoken work-life beliefs during the interview process.
Life is a journey. Life's events should not be put into categories of right or wrong. You have a choice in determining how your story is written.
If you're planning to leave your smartphone or laptop at home when you go on vacation this month, you might want to think again. The unplugged getaway is so last year.