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How to Create a Mentally Resilient & Robust Culture

Recent Australian research revealed that the leading causes of stress and disengagement were change fatigue (39%), not using personal strengths each day (37%), unclear priorities (35%) and not enough recognition and feedback (34%). It is sobering to realize that depression and stress disorders currently account for 34% of lost productivity through absenteeism and presenteeism according

4 Ways to Fix the Greatest Stressors and Engagement Killers at Work

It appears that the rate of change in the workplace is having a significant impact on our engagement and discretionary effort at work. A recent survey of 470 people asked what caused them the most stress and disengagement. So what are the greatest causes? What is causing you the most stress and disengagement at work?

3 Amazing Tips to Improve Your Sleep and Resilience

A good night’s sleep can make large problems seem smaller. It also boosts your energy levels and mood. A bad night’s sleep is deadly to our resilience, mood, and performance. In fact, when I recently surveyed 470 people about the greatest challenge to their positive mood in the last week – poor sleep was one

Green Zone Videos Colossal Boost to Resilience and Performance

“Everyone has a plan until they get punched in the face.” Mike Tyson, former Heavyweight World Boxing Champion Do you ever return from a training seminar motivated to change things, only to be metaphorically “punched in the face”? After sorting out a few crises, do you ever place the training folder in a drawer, and

Shrewd Solutions to Massive Mental Fatigue at Work

Are you overwhelmed with busyness and the constant demand to do more with less? It seems you are not alone.  This week I ran a webinar for employees that work in the community care sector and 53% stated that their greatest obstacle to personal vitality was that they did not have enough “me time”. Later

I CARE – 5 Valuable Ways to Help a Stressed Workmate

                    When I ask people in my workplace seminars and workshops to raise their hands if they know someone close to them (at work or home) who struggles with depression or an anxiety disorder, between 70 - 90% of the audience raises their hands. I’ve run

Why Caring Conversations Inspire People and Inspire Change

People don’t care how much you know, until they know how much you care. Theodore Roosevelt Teddy Roosevelt is consistently rated as one of the top 5 American Presidents. He is known for driving change for the greater good, including the "Square Deal," a domestic program formed around three C's: conservation of natural resources (preserved

How to Lead a More Meaningful Life

“You don’t create your mission in life – you detect it” - Viktor Frankl How do you maintain your sense of purpose and stay centred when change and volatility is all around us in the workplace? Is it possible to build our leadership resilience when there are many things that are outside our control? Andrea*