Stress

What We Can Learn about Resilience from Female Leaders of the UN

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Blog
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What We Can Learn about Resilience from Female Leaders of the UN
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Harvard Business Review
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Monique Valcour

Mental Responses During Emergencies

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Infographic
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Mental Responses During Emergencies
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Eastern Kentucky University

Since elementary school, children are taught how to respond to emergencies like earthquakes and fires. The primary goal of these drills is to help create an easy to remember yet life-saving physical responses in case of a dire situation.

New Research Spotlight on "Community Resources & Work-Family Confict"

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Brief
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New Research Spotlight on "Community Resources & Work-Family Confict"
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WFRN Committee to Connect Research, Policy and Practice
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Dowgun

The WFRN Committee to Connect Research, Policy and Practice is delighted to post a new Research Spotlight on "Community Resources and Work-Family Conflict - Is the Gender Gap Really Closing?"  The Research Spotlight series is designed to be highly practitioner-oriented with a focus on the implications of the research for organizations, individuals, communities, and fellow researchers. 

10 Major Ways Acupuncture Supports Women's Health

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Blog
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10 Major Ways Acupuncture Supports Women's Health
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Pacific College of Oriental Medicine

It's the Culture, Stupid!

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Blog
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It's the Culture, Stupid!
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Robin Hardman Communications Blog

Wellness, including [massage therapy, yoga sessions] and other types of stress-reduction, has been a trend in corporate America for some time now. Some of it is about healthcare cost reduction and some is about reducing burnout. How well these programs actually work is subject to debate. But I do sometimes wonder why employers seem to focus so much on the symptoms (stress and burnout) and so little on the “disease.”

Theories for the Digitally Distracted Generation

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News Article
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Theories for the Digitally Distracted Generation
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Financial Times

The Disease of Being Busy

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Blog
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The Disease of Being Busy
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On Being
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Judi C Casey

"How did we end up living like this? Why do we do this to ourselves? Why do we do this to our children? When did we forget that we are human beings, not human doings?"

The Curse of Flexible Work

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News Article
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The Curse of Flexible Work
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BBC.com

Deviating from the nine-to-five isn’t always liberating – it can often be a constant source of stress.

How to Know Whether You’re Giving Your Team Needless Work

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Blog
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How to Know Whether You’re Giving Your Team Needless Work
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Harvard Business Review
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Monique Valcour

Low-value work undermines employee well-being and productivity. Here's how to eliminate it.

Coping with the Effects of Emotionally Difficult Work

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Blog
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Coping with the Effects of Emotionally Difficult Work
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Harvard Business Review Blog Network
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Judi C Casey
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