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How appreciation changes the workplace… When shown in a way that matters!

How appreciation changes the workplace… When shown in a way that matters! appreciation

Feeling genuinely valued and appreciated in the workplace has a tremendous impact on employee satisfaction, engagement, and performance. However, in many workplaces, managers and leadership often forget to recognize the hard work of their staff. When employees feel their efforts go unnoticed, they begin to experience a decline in morale, disengagement, and burnout. As an […]

Transform your Critical Moments from Survive to Thrive: Discover the Run Toward The Roar Ethos

Transform your Critical Moments from Survive to Thrive: Discover the Run Toward The Roar Ethos

Doesn’t it feel like sometimes we are caught in a squeeze play? The pressure of completing work assignments, family responsibilities, and meeting workplace expectations, all while maintaining our mental health, yet are we given the authority to make those necessary, final decisions?

Living Under The Yellow Light: Makes Wellness, More Than Not Being Sick!

Living Under The Yellow Light: Makes Wellness, More Than Not Being Sick!

The hardest part of wellness, or at least for most of the people I talk with, is to stop thinking of it as not being sick or ill. Yet there is nothing that new. I want to share a poem called And the People Stayed Home’ at the end of this newsletter, but read and then notice the year it was written!

Form Without Substance Is Self-Worship

Form Without Substance Is Self-Worship Form Without Substance Is Self-Worship

What I am really saying is just what Grandma would say, “what you are speaks so loudly, people cannot hear what we are saying.” Picture the scene; have you ever had one of those weeks where it seems so draining, yet if someone asked what we did – it would be hard to put into words? […]

Recalibrate, Reframe, But it’s NOT about Reset or Restart, but a Tired Brain!

Recalibrate, Reframe, But it’s NOT about Reset or Restart, but a Tired Brain! Recalibrate, Reframe, But it's NOT about Reset or Restart, but a Tired Brain!

For February, I thought I’d honour Groundhog Day. It seems to be a constant theme for so many of us! I am sure you have seen it in others, as I have, yet when we look in the mirror, do we not see the same pattern? I know I get caught on this treadmill. But […]

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