5 Powerful Habits for Building Your Life & Career

5 Powerful Habits for Building Your Life & Career

For over a decade, I’ve worked with dozens of companies and hundreds of people around the globe. I’ve helped workplaces become more flexible and given people the tools and skills they need to manage the fit between their career and personal lives. Along the road, I’ve discovered some powerful habits common to folks…

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10 Reasons Why Happiness at Work is The Best Productivity Booster

While it may still seem like fluff to some, increasing mounds of research attest to the power of happiness in the workplace. More and more, companies are catching on and realizing the many benefits both to them and their employees. Clearly, we are seeing that what is good for the individual is also good for the company.

2018: The Year to Get Serious About Soft

Across the planet our jobs are continuing to push people to and past the limit.  Rising levels of stress and long hours at work continue to exact a needlessly harsh toll.  Despite billions lost to absenteeism, rising turnover, disability, insurance costs, workplace accidents, violence, workers compensations, lawsuits and the costs related to replacing workers for…

The Goods: Engagement, Wellbeing & Business Success

What could be better? Yet more studies showing the links between employee wellbeing, engagement and business success… be still my beating heart! In study after study after study, having high levels of wellbeing has been shown to be good for people – and their employers. Yet despite the burgeoning global research in this area, it’s…

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The Goods: How to Increase Workplace Productivity (Hint: Happiness)

The chorus is growing. Happy people are more creative and productive. Recent work by noted psychologist and organizational expert Daniel Gilbert adds yet more heft.  The problem is that many managers believe that you have to keep people “on their toes,” perhaps even anxious about their job to make them more productive. Fact is that…