Last week’s blog highlighted being mindful and the importance of pausing so we can experience putting more life back into life. Yesterday, I chose to be more mindful while I was on a commuter train, and, right in front of me, were several examples of things I have taken for granted. What did I see? Besides the beautiful landscape out my window,… Read More »Something you might not know about Gen Z
The beginning of summer for many is a break from the usual routine. Time to refresh, recharge and perhaps re-evaluate. For me it’s a time to think about which new habits I would like to integrate and work on. The 8 weeks of summer gives me this opportunity and I will practice the art of thanksgiving, also known as gratitude. … Read More »The simple Joy of Thanksgiving in June
As organizations, we MUST stop to deeply consider why so many people are deciding that they would rather run the risk of unemployment than continue to spend time in a workplace where the culture is not aligned with their core values.
“I’m fine.” is an insidious sentence. Often, digging into feelings of malaise and languish can feel personal and difficult. So perhaps many of us just say, “I’m fine.” and move on with the everyday. Even after two years plus of living through the pandemic perhaps your team members don’t actively display the signs of stress. Organizational psychologist Adam Grant wrote… Read More »How to help your people rebound from languishing