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Healthy Ways to Increase Play and Laughter in Your Life

| August 30, 2016
Healthy Ways to Increase Play and Laughter in Your Life

Steps and initiatives to increase play and laughter in a healthy way By Vic LeBouthillier “Part of incorporating more play and laughter into our daily life includes taking a good look at how much we already do these things and how important it is to us.” Take a moment to read over each of the […]

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Why Do Adults Play and Laugh Less as They Get Older?

| August 2, 2016
Why Do Adults Play and Laugh Less as They Get Older?

What might be holding you back from more play and laughter? “While adults need activities that revolve around pleasure beyond just competitive play, researchers in this field speculate that as we grow into adolescents and adults, our focus on play decreases due to a number of factors.” Experts in social and behavioral research have formed […]

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What Is a Relationship Fracture at Work?

| November 15, 2015 | 0 Comments
What Is a Relationship Fracture at Work?

Relationship fractures at work can happen to anyone. “When conflicts are not resolved then the cumulative effect of the stress can become a fracture in its own right.” Our team of psychologists have done research on relationship fractures and have answered some basic questions for us. What are relationship fractures? Relationship fractures are… well, they are […]

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Engaging Relationships – a link to improving mental health

| August 25, 2015 | 0 Comments
Engaging Relationships – a link to improving mental health

How social media platforms together with in-person group work, improves mental health A strong consensus is growing in the behavioral health community that people can reduce their mental health struggles, as well their vulnerability, if the right environment and support is provided. A major challenge facing those in need, however, is that not all people […]

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Mental Health’s Link to Human Performance

| July 15, 2015 | 0 Comments
Mental Health’s Link to Human Performance

…the core driver for improving health & performance Because an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, corporate and government buyers are fast becoming savvy purchasers of preventive health care with demonstrable, measurable outcomes. Critical to any preventive health initiative is education, training, and support that enhances psychological function and resilience. But what […]

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How to Evoke Employees to Their Highest Performance?

| August 18, 2014 | 0 Comments
How to Evoke Employees to Their Highest Performance?

Engaging BORED employees “A ‘bored employee’ is contributing to the success or failure of your business.” To be frank, low performance employees mostly means bored employees. A “bored employee” is disengaged at work and, like all employees, is contributing to the success or failure of your business. As a manager it is important to understand […]

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Engaged Within Teams: It’s all About Relationship Skills

| July 26, 2014 | 0 Comments
Engaged Within Teams: It’s all About Relationship Skills

How much do relationship fractures cost your business? “Growing as a company requires a healthy culture that fosters improved relationships skills.”  We all want employees who are engaged at work. “Engaged employees” are: Productive Profitable Customer focused Committed Safe ________ (You can fill in the blank based on your experience) Sounds great, doesn’t it? But what […]

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Engaged Within Teams: Why can it be so difficult?

| July 15, 2014 | 0 Comments
Engaged Within Teams: Why can it be so difficult?

Work places that are happy and healthy have a great work environment that people come into and thrive in The adage holds true: “The beatings will continue until morale improves.” Toxic work environments make it difficult for managers and employees to perform at their best. Unfortunately, most small business managers still divert to using the […]

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