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Systemic change in workplace culture starts at the employee-level. When one person makes healthy changes, it begins a ripple effect that, in time, can reach the farthest corners of your business, from talent retention to health care savings. Enjoy these resources below on becoming a better leader, building a robust wellbeing program and workplace culture, and cultivating a growth and resilience mindset to live your best life!



Amplify your Resilience: The Quick Guide to Increasing your Potential

No matter what you do, where you live, or who you spend your time with, adversity and unexpected challenges are unavoidable parts of life. But with a change of mindset and self-awareness, you can gain the control to turn any circumstance into a growth opportunity.   



Improving the nursing job experience: Self-care and team connection tools

Burnout amongst nurses continues to be an epidemic in hospitals and other healthcare systems. How can the nursing experience evolve to enable nurses to deliver better care and reduce staff turnover?

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The Future of People Analytics

To remain competitive in today’s shifting landscapes HR leaders are witnessing their job function becoming more demanding and data-centered on a daily basis. But despite their eagerness to adopt data analytics, they are largely failing at their new job – here are a few reasons why.

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Understand, Design, and Build your Ideal Employee Experience: A Practical Guide

Employers attract the employees they deserve and vice versa. Taking this a step further, organizations comprised of certain employees, in turn, attract and retain the customers they deserve. Companies that align these two groups, their customer-facing approach with their talent acquisition and development strategies, are discovering the lucrative gains this employee-centered approach engenders in the workplace.

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Baby Boomers vs. Millennials: Polar Opposites or the Perfect Workplace Complement?

The stereotypes of baby boomers and millennials is a well worn topic. Steady boomers are portrayed as rigid in their ways, always a few steps behind with technology, and constantly saying “back when I…(didn’t have a cell phone, or, had to do it by hand)” to make a point to younger ears. On the other hand, offbeat millennials are widely thought to be social media crazed narcissists, resistant to hierarchy, and eternally uncertain about their career decisions.

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7 Ways Companies Fall Short on Stress Management

Being human is awesome. We’re technologically advanced (invented Netflix), at the top of the food chain (hello, ice cream), and have built dynamic societies (mega malls). But it also means we deal with a few inherent downsides. Notably, stress...

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10 Ways to Maximize Workplace Wellbeing Programs

In the 21st century workplace, building a nurturing and positive culture requires constant attention, refinement, and innovation. Salary, health benefits, and perks no longer attract top talent. Employees today expect the entire job experience to cater to their personal growth and lifestyle - in and out of work....

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