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7 Keys to Supercharge your Wellness Program

Wellness seems to be the new buzzword for large companies in attracting and retaining talent and lifting the productivity of their workforce. The excitement is palpable and creative ideas abound. Yet some wellness programs seem to hit the mark better than...

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Managing your energy on a “shoestring”

We think of shoestring budgets in terms of finances — we need to achieve an outcome with limited funds and we must find creative ways to pull off miracles.  But have you also felt that your energy is also operating on a shoestring? It’s more than just not...

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Thriving Workplace Conference Reflection

Some helpful questions opened up at the Thriving Workplace Conference where it became apparent that the workplace wellness movement is now moving beyond physical health with corporate marathons, flu jabs and fit bits and into the realms of emotional,...

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What’s gravity got to do with leadership?

Have you ever come across this question before….. if every animal on planet Earth was endowed with a human brain, which animal would be the slowest to find water? Humans I hear you say? Close, but not correct – we’d be second last! The answer is fish –...

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How Conflict can help transform your culture

By Vanessa Fudge, Leading Well Founder   Few leaders in the workplace relish the appearance of conflict in their teams. They often report feeling like they are thrust into the position of a parent trying not to favour a particular sibling, because we...

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How out there do you want us to be?

By Dean Mason, Leadership Consultant and Coach   I met with a prospective client recently who asked how I worked and whether or not he would have to meditate if we work together. He is keen to develop as a leader and honest about his resistance to...

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