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Improving Employee Engagement Using Neuroleadership Concepts

Improving Employee Engagement Using Neuroleadership Concepts
Workers operate in a Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous world, or VUCA to borrow from the military. To be effective, they need to learn how to respond to and operate successfully in this VUCA world. By utilizing the neuroleadership SCARF...

Tuning In to Your Healthy Inner Voice

Tuning In to Your Healthy Inner Voice

We all have an inner voice. Sometimes it’s more like that shoulder angel: offering words of encouragement, giving wise advice, and coaching us through a difficult situation. Other times it’s more like that shoulder devil: criticizing, judging, talking trash to…

Recognizing and Responding to Toxic Cultures

Recognizing and Responding to Toxic Cultures
What does the term "toxic culture" mean exactly? Every group of people we interact with has its own culture. This could be our family, co-workers, gym, or church. Some of these cultures feel more comfortable than others. However, just because...

Give Yourself the Grace to Start Fresh Each Day

Give Yourself the Grace to Start Fresh Each Day

Working on a New Year’s resolution? You’re in good company. According to some studies almost half of us “usually” resolve to change something in our life beginning January 1. Common resolutions include losing weight, getting organized…

Making and Keeping New Year’s Resolutions

Making and Keeping New Year’s Resolutions
As the ball in Times Square counts down the seconds to the New Year, many of us will resolve to do things differently…lose weight, stop drinking caffeine, exercise more, spend less money, spend more time with family, or start a...

Kids, Parenting and Holiday Stress

Kids, Parenting and Holiday Stress
The holidays are supposed to be a "happy" time for kids and families; a season filled with wonder and joy. However, the holidays can be very challenging. Some families may become more stressed during the holidays due to busy schedules,...

Tips for Avoiding a Holiday Relapse

Tips for Avoiding a Holiday Relapse
The holiday season may be a difficult time for those in recovery. Spreading yourself too thin, high expectations and fatigue can all lead to feelings of being overwhelmed. Stress can also increase with all of the additional activities and time...

How to Combat Seasonal Affective Disorder (S.A.D.)

How to Combat Seasonal Affective Disorder (S.A.D.)
Seasonal affective disorder (S.A.D.) is a type of depression related to changes in the seasons. S.A.D. has a tendency to begin and end at about the same times yearly. For most people the symptoms arrive in the fall and end...

Early Dementia Detection is Crucial to Treatment

Early Dementia Detection is Crucial to Treatment
We all become forgetful as we grow older, right? Wrong. Memory problems are not a normal part of aging, but it isn’t always easy to know the difference between normal changes that affect us as we age and more serious...