Research has increasingly talked about the importance of a positive work environment in the mental health of employees. This article contains a few practices that each of us can use to make our workspaces healthy and invigorating.
Changes at the workplace are a near constant. However, sometimes these changes can affect you in ways that are a little difficult. Shifting to a new team and working under the guidance of someone new takes time. The transition involves getting used to many changes. This article explains some of the ways in which you can learn to adapt better to this new situation.
Networking is a buzzword that doesn't fully do justice to explaining why it matters that we feel a strong sense of community and belonging at our workplace. Read on to find out why making meaningful connections at work is important.
We might be conditioned to feel that keeping emotions separate from work is the best way to go about things. However, being emotionally healthy can mean something different and will involve paying attention to how we feel, even on a challenging day.
We have all had a bad day at work. But some people handle it better, while others are affected rather badly. Read about some ways in which you can contain the fall out of having faced a rough day at office.
Feeling accepted in your place of work is a must for any professional. However, many people face the issue of feeling discriminated against due to their race, language, colour of skin, ideas, life stage, and many other reasons. This causes a lot of distress and sometimes is the reason a person quits. Find out what you as a manager can do to create psychological safety in your place of work.
Nowadays our friend list on social networking sites is usually a mix of family, friends and colleagues. This can be tricky as it blurs the lines between our professional and personal lives. Find out how to set healthy boundaries on your social networking sites.