Stress Management

[Study] Workplace Resilience Training Lowers Stress and Sick Leave, Increases Productivity and Job Retention

[Study] Workplace Resilience Training Lowers Stress and Sick Leave, Increases Productivity and Job Retention

A current investigation by the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine into the improvements in resilience, stress and somatic symptoms following resilience training has stated: There is ‘a growing body of evidence [which] connects employee resilience with important work-related outcomes. As examples, resilience is associated with lower levels of perceived stress, higher job satisfaction, and fewer […]

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How to Use Gratitude to Uplift Your Work Day (and Those Around You)

How to Use Gratitude to Uplift Your Work Day (and Those Around You)

Below is a sample of some feedback received from a participant in a Resilience and Wellbeing workshop we conducted at their place of work. Knowing the impact it has on workplace harmony, we decided to create a resource that other readers could use (see below for details).“Since attending the Workplace Harmony Solutions training on Resilience […]

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Can Workplace Culture Be A Significant Contributing Factor To Chronic Illness In Senior Leaders?

Can Workplace Culture Be A Significant Contributing Factor To Chronic Illness In Senior Leaders?

Can workplace culture be a significant contributing factor to chronic illness in senior leaders? The culture dictates the story that must be played out and each staff member has a role to play in that story. The senior leader must be decisive, highly resilient and infallible and set an example of strength for all to […]

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How do you manage someone you don’t like?

How do you manage someone you don’t like?       Richard Feloni wisely states ‘Don’t let personalities influence the way you manage’. So goes the saying – ‘Like attract like’. It is easy for a manager to build rapport, feel comfortable with and ‘get along’ with employees of similar personality. Without conscious thought, friendships develop and start […]

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