Birds of a Feather Connect Together

Nov. 27, 2017

Success and good habits are not built overnight and that holds true to what happens in the workplace. November is that month where the school year no longer feels new. It’s also a great time to check in on those workplace health and wellness goals and fine-tune as you need. Colleen Wright has an excellent blog to share with you and help get your team on track. Tap that wellness tree by reading more about how to set your workplace up to be healthy and supportive year-round.  

Influence Your Happy Meter

Oct. 16, 2017

Did you know that employees thrive in environments and jobs that give them a sense of purpose? For this to happen, we must connect the quality of work with the overall quality of life. The best part about this is that happiness is contagious. Just take a moment to picture what you can do in your workplace to increase your happiness meter. It can be as simple as asking your team how they can create more balance in their lives. Learn about how this applies to your work-life balance in Dr. Graham Lowe’s latest blog in The Sandbox.

Practice What We Preach

Sep. 13, 2017

The secret sauce to maintaining momentum is participation. There’s so much data out there identifying low-budget, easy-to-implement ideas for a healthier workplace, it’s only effective if you actually walk the walk.

Journaling Your Way to Health

Aug. 16, 2017

The new school year is just over the horizon and—we hate to say—it’s time to get into planning mode. It’s time to ready yourself and your team for the school year ahead while you still have some quiet moments to yourselves. Take a read through some of these great journaling tips to help you streamline your thoughts on personal wellness planning, to collaborate on your school’s wellness initiatives and everything else in between.

Bringing the Bounce Back

Jun. 29, 2017

May marked the one-year anniversary of the devastating wildfires in Fort McMurray. It’s a reminder that crisis—and even disaster—can occur without anticipation. One of the keys to not only surviving such events, but to potentially thrive during upheavals, is human resilience.

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