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Mental Wellness in the Workplace

Mental Wellness in the Workplace

Within the workplace, mental health wellness is the practice of personal awareness that helps you stay in control of what you think, what you feel, and how you react to everything going on around you. Don't put yourself on "autopilot" in making decisions and increase the likelihood of being happy, healthy, and more productive, and discovering more meaning in your job.

Is it Burnout or Depression?

Is it Burnout or Depression?

"Burnout” was first coined in 1970 by an American psychologist who applied the term to exhausted health professionals.

Soft Skill to Know: Employee Flexibility

Soft Skill to Know: Employee Flexibility

Change can come quickly in the workplace. How well do you cope with sudden office moves, reassigned duties, taking on more work, or being removed from an unfinished project to start another one? 

Managing Emotions

Managing Emotions

Not all employees remain calm and collected when faced with change, disappointments, loss of resources, serious delays, and major stressors. Managing one’s emotions demonstrates maturity, self-control, and focus, and it helps prevent negativity from affecting others.

Don’t Let Worry Wear You Out

Don’t Let Worry Wear You Out

“Worrying doesn’t take away tomorrow’s troubles, it takes away today’s peace,” wrote composer Randy Armstrong. Worrying is part of our survival makeup; when we worry, we consider threats and how to respond to them.