Newsletter Articles – Workplace Wellbeing and Performance

Newsletter Articles – Workplace Wellbeing and Performance


Posted by Amanda Furness

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For the external articles featured in our early Autumn 2016 edition of In Equilibrium we used the theme of workplace wellbeing and performance:

How to change your organisation’s culture

This one-page leadership guide has been adapted in part from “The Wall Street Journal Guide to Management” by Alan Murray.

5 Ways to Boost Your Resilience at Work

Along with other advice and interesting stats, this article offers 5 tips for developing resilience and staying motivated based on some of the latest neuroscience, behavioural and organisational research.

Why you need good distractions in your life

One of a series of Canadian articles looking into changes employees can make to improve their lives and employers can make to improve the workplace. This article introduces the skill of good distractions.

Maintaining employee wellbeing and performance at work

Citing some of the statistics included in the CIPD Employee Outlook survey highlighted in our Resources section, this article provides 5 steps organisations can take to improve employee health and wellbeing at work.

How Stress Affects Your Heart, Skin, Memory and Fat Deposits

Although this article provides some interesting explanations about the science of stress and the part it may play in different health issues, it might be the table at the end which you find most valuable, a 4-step mind hack to harness stress.

… and finally …

Let’s Open Our World

“It’s easy to think there are more things dividing us than uniting us. But we actually have much more in common with other nationalities than you’d think.” We found this a really inspirational video which we felt was worth 5 minutes of anyone’s time, we hope you agree.

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Hints & Tips

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Resources for Managers

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