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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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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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How to Grow Your Small Business

| June 22, 2014 | 0 Comments
How to Grow Your Small Business

Becoming Emotionally Intelligent It is clear that the need for intellectual intelligence within a company is highly valued. However, if you are feeling overwhelmed with anger and need to finish a project then it is the emotional intelligence (EI) that you will need and it is then that you will eventually come to value EI […]

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Mental Health Issues within Your Workplace

| June 16, 2014 | 0 Comments
Mental Health Issues within Your Workplace

Strengthening the Mind of Your Company “The time and money that is invested in workplace wellness will produce a $3-5 return on investment very quickly, thus making a strong business case for wellness in the workplace” Regardless of your business type – your company’s mental health report card will affect your bottom line In other words, if you have more than one employee […]

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When You Know Better You Do Better

| May 26, 2014 | 0 Comments
When You Know Better You Do Better

Helping People Overcome Bullying Behaviours Helping People Overcome Bullying Behaviours Do you have bullies in your workplace? If so, who are they? Your boss? Your co-worker? You? Whoever it is and however intense the bullying is, it is important to know that with just a little bit of HELP individuals CAN OVERCOME bullying behaviours. Fact: […]

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Crafting a Bully Free Workplace

| May 15, 2014 | 0 Comments
Crafting a Bully Free Workplace

How we can help you create a thriving bully free workplace? Unless you are doing something in your workplace to target and prevent bullying then you can be guaranteed one thing, bullying, in some form or the other is holding your employees and the company hostage from reaching its full potential. For example, workers who […]

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Anger: Friend or Foe in The Work Place?

| March 31, 2014 | 0 Comments
Anger: Friend or Foe in The Work Place?

An invitation to all professionals to learn how to manage anger and use it to improve productivity and effectiveness. When studying anger we see that it is a reflection of strong feelings of annoyance, displeasure or hostility when one feels they have been offended, wronged or denied. However simple and common anger may be we […]

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The Inner Game

| March 9, 2014 | 0 Comments
The Inner Game

Why are some people better than others in handling difficult situations? “Suicide!?” shouted Sheila in utter disbelief. She couldn’t believe what she had heard. How could Frank have taken this drastic step? Was he so weak that he couldn’t face life or had he reached a tipping point where he found embracing death easier than […]

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