Mindfulness is a term more commonly used today than it has been in the past (or at least it feels like it), but what does it actually mean to be mindful? Also, what can being mindful do for you? This post takes a look at mindfulness and how it can help you in the workplace.
As we go into February, the holiday season starts to feel like a distant memory as we begin to go back to our usual routines, with schools returning, and the January holidaymakers returning back to work. All of which makes it the perfect time to remind ourselves about the importance of taking breaks from work. This post talks about how taking breaks (either long or short) can actually help you in the long run.
If you’ve read my latest blog post chances are you have set yourself some work-related goals for the new year. This post looks at a few more ways to help you stick with your goals throughout the year.
Happy New Year! However you’ve spent the holiday season, the start of a new year tends to be the time most people think about the year ahead and what they would like to achieve in the next 12 months - particularly at work. This post looks at why it’s worth setting goals foryourself, and a couple of tips for setting achievable ones.
There is an art to asking the right question (at the right time) and questioning the status quo. When questions are asked, it can spark new ideas and bring about positive change. Read the latest post in the Better At Work Series for more.