5 Steps To Make Your Workplace More Friendly For Introverts

Relatively speaking, Introversion v/s extraversion essentially refers to one’s preference for managing energies – Basically it is about “how” you recharge your batteries. For clarity,...

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Mindfulness at Work: Pause, Notice, Take Action

We could all use self-help that works amidst unsettling moments at work. Being in the human resources profession means you’ll encounter moments of distress when...

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Three Ways Towards a More Mindful Workplace

If your organization doesn’t yet have mindfulness practices in place, don’t fret, because it doesn’t have to cost much or take many resources. To...

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Stress is Optional: Healthy Versus Unhealthy Stress

This is the third in a four part series. Read parts one and two here. Some stress is actually healthy, so it’s important to distinguish...

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Meetings: The Mindful Minute

These days, it’s not such a rarity to attend a meeting where someone says ‘before we get into this meeting, let’s spend a mindful...

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3 Walking Meditations for the Summer

It’s the time of year when we revel in the opportunity to get outside and enjoy the summer months. Here are three walking meditations to...

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Mindfulness Yields Unexpected Workplace Outcomes

I'm not going to talk about the benefits of workplace mindfulness. If you haven't seen such articles and research, there is plenty of good...

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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...

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