Walking Meditation: Anytime, Anywhere

By Wendy Quan Did you know that you can meditate when you walk? There are many types of meditation techniques, and here is an easy one that you can do anytime, anywhere. Try this at work while you’re walking from...

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Help Your Burned Out Employee

By Shawnee Love If you recognized the signs of burnout in one of your employees, you are in the right place. Today we are going to discuss what you can do to help an employee experiencing burnout at work. Identify the...

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Resolving Internal Conflicts with Mindfulness

By Wendy Quan Mindfulness is offered as a way to ‘be present and non-judgmental’.  Mindfulness is pretty much a household term these days.  It can help us improve our mental well-being.  In this article, I would like to go beyond...

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Recognizing Employee Burnout

By Shawnee Love Do you know the signs of burnout for your employees? I ask because if my interviews are to be relied upon, burnout seems to happen a lot more now than ever before. As HR consultants, we get called in...

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Case Study: Supporting Employees with Addiction

BC Hydro is owned by the people of British Columbia, and they want their workforce to reflect the diversity of the province. Their employees have expressed that diversity and inclusion are important values to them, and they are proud...

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Mindfulness @ Work

By Rob Hershorn, PhD Any discussion of mindfulness must begin by considering both workplace wellness and the well-being of our society as a whole. Being Mindful of Fulfillment? When we look at personal wellness, we need to ask whether people are realizing...

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Do You Need to Close Your Eyes During Meditation?

By Wendy Quan Meditation is a wonderful practice to have in your life, and many HR professionals and workplaces are discovering its wonderful benefits. Most of the time when you receive instruction on meditation, it begins with this: Close...

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Overwhelmed? Tips to Help You Cope

By Wendy Quan Life feels so fast and busy. How well do you cope? Does this sound familiar?  “My life is just so busy, I don’t have time for anything!” “There’s not enough hours in the day to do everything.” “I...

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