By now you’ve likely heard about mindfulness and its benefits. But when you crash onto the couch after yet another exhausting day, you might be wondering where you’re supposed to find the time or energy to practice mindfulness. The good
Crises can come in many forms, from natural disasters and terrorist attacks to financial failures and personal scandals. For companies, navigating a crisis can be perilous, and any missteps can have grave consequences. For leaders, a crisis can be equally
Imagine that you’ve just lost your job. It’s not the worst thing that could happen in your life, but it sure feels close. There was no warning, so you are understandably shocked by the news. From one day to the
Everyone’s life is unique, but one thing we all have in common is change. Our bodies and minds grow. Parents lose their jobs. Students switch schools. Loved ones fall ill. Good friends grow distant and new friends enter our lives.
Whether you work in business, academia or the public sector, decision-making is complicated by the fact that your operating environment is often in a state of flux. Frequent changes involving your competitors, technology trends, the economy and your organisation’s human
In our previous blog post, we highlighted the benefits of resilience. From greater creativity to increased self-appreciation, there are many advantages that come from being resilient. This week, we’re taking it one step further to explore how you can
“Happiness is not something you postpone for the future; it is something you design for the present.” – Jim Rohn In general, we all want to be successful in life and we typically work hard to meet this goal. For