Wellbeing

A 10-Minute Meditation to Help You Solve Conflicts at Work (and at Home!)

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Blog
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A 10-Minute Meditation to Help You Solve Conflicts at Work (and at Home!)
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Harvard Business Review
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Monique Valcour/EDHEC Business School

There are few things at work as stressful as feeling that you can’t communicate with someone who has an impact on how well you do your job and on the quality of your experience at work.  This article presents a 10-minute meditation exercise to strengthen your relational agility by developing understanding of and compassion for yourself and the other person.

Wake-Up Call: Why Everyone Needs More Sleep

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Blog
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Wake-Up Call: Why Everyone Needs More Sleep
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Knowledge@Wharton

Why It's Not Selfish to Take Care of Yourself

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Blog
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Why It's Not Selfish to Take Care of Yourself
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LinkedIn

How to Grow a Healthy Company

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How to Grow a Healthy Company
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LinkedIn

Success, Leadership, & Less Work

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Interview
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Success, Leadership, & Less Work
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BulletProof

Study Finds More Reasons To Get and Stay Married

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News Article
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Study Finds More Reasons To Get and Stay Married
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New York Times
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Kay Dowgun

A new economics paper concludes that being married makes people happier and more satisfied with their lives than those who remain single - particularly during the most stressful periods, like midlife crises.

The Countries Where It's Best and Worst To Be a Woman

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News Article
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The Countries Where It's Best and Worst To Be a Woman
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Fast Company
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Judi C Casey

Discrimination against women and girls isn't just a moral issue: It also carries a high economic cost.

Flexible Policies, Closed Minds: Flexibility Stigma and Participation in Family-Friendly Programs at Work

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News Article
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Flexible Policies, Closed Minds: Flexibility Stigma and Participation in Family-Friendly Programs at Work
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APA
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Judi Casey

The Noticer's Guide to Living and Laughing

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Book
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The Noticer's Guide to Living and Laughing
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Margery Leveen Sher

ReWork: Rethinking Work and Well-being

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Blog
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ReWork: Rethinking Work and Well-being
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Huffington Post

All over the world, more and more businesses are realizing how deeply connected the health of their long-term bottom line is with the long-term health and well-being of their employees.

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