Did you know that nearly one in three of your millennial workers is likely suffering from either anxiety or depression? This statistic is from Psychology Today.
Category: Work-Life Balance Tips for Managers
Navy Special Operations veteran Bob Pizzini is a Master EOD Technician, Master Naval Parachutist, Master Training Specialist, Mixed Gas Deep Sea Diving Officer, United States Parachute Association Accelerated Free Fall Instructor (AFFI), and Six Sigma Green Belt. In this episode, we discuss: Six Critical traits about fitness of the leader; Breathing exercises to improve productivity; and how to recognize when you're in the best condition to make important decisions.
Chicke is the CEO of Solutionz Innovations. She spent the 1st half of her career working for industry leading travel distribution tech and telecom companies. And then, her story got really interesting. In this episode, we discuss: how to recover from a business failure;
reaching out to peers during a business crash; turning startup/bootstrapping pain into joy to forge ahead; rebuilding your team and business with internal and external value proposition.
Managers consider themselves forward thinking when they allow employees to work from home. News flash. Work from home has started to morph into the work-from-anywhere trend
Do you pride yourself on being one kind of person at work and another kind of person at home? Many people do.
Are you looking for a way to increase employee satisfaction and retention? One solution many employers have turned to is allowing team members to work at remote locations.
Have you been beating yourself up about not finding the magic formula that will help your younger employees achieve a good work-life balance? You’re not alone
Is there a workday that employees dread any more than Mondays? Since the start of the industrial age, people have looked for ways to put off the sound of the alarm clock ringing on Monday mornings.
Kristie Knights is a psychotherapist in private practice and a keynote speaker in suicide prevention and awareness. She provides assessment, education, and strategies to C‑Level organizations, including C‑Suite Executives in Psychological Health and Safety Management. In episode 48, we discuss: the huge jump in C‑Suite suicide rates since 2010, domestic violence, PTSD and other struggles, signs to look for to recognize a colleague is in distress and how to approach and talk to a colleague you think may be in crisis.
Kathy Gruver, PhD is the twelve-time award-winning author of seven books including, Conquer Your Stress, Workplace Wellness, Conquer your Stress at Work, andJourney of Healing. She’s also created stress reduction programs for the U.S. military. In this episode, we discuss: how to change your mindset regarding stress and reframe stressors; practical exercises you can use at work to reduce stress; and how “Centering Time” can get your entire team present and engaged in meetings.
With millennial employees now entering the life stage of parenting, they’re paying more attention to their family and personal needs. You should be paying attention to those needs as well.
A Robert Half Management Resources survey points to some of the current problems employers face when they focus on work-life balance. Here’s what to watch out for.