Category Archives: Wellness

Keep Your Talent Moving

October 11, 2016   

I’ve written about the ergonomics of sitting, standing, and everything in-between in my last two articles. While sitting may not be the new smoking as was previously claimed, and standing is not necessarily the answer, what we do know is this: It’s the overall lack of movement that’s killing us. So what can you do […]

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Sitting Differently

October 11, 2016   

My last article revealed that although the catch-phrase sitting is the new smoking is a bit exaggerated, it is true that sitting a lot over many years does have fairly serious negative consequences for your health. Standing, however, can be nearly as sedentary as sitting, and is not the panacea solution everyone wanted it to […]

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The Sitting Versus Standing Debate

October 11, 2016   

It was back in 2013 that the phrase sitting is the new smoking was coined. It was the shorthand catch-phrase that emerged from a Harvard Business Review article titled Sitting Is the Smoking of Our Generation by Nilofer Merchant. Others have echoed the idea, such as Mayo Clinic cardiologist Martha Grogan who said, “For people […]

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More Pathways to Stronger Workplace Relationships

January 31, 2015   

I recently wrote about Strengthening Relationships in the Workplace with Better Communication because it seems that a huge percentage of workplace relationship problems stem from poor communication or an overall lack of communication. But there a lots of other ways to strengthen workplace relationships in ways that will prime your organization for greater success. Here […]

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Sleep and Productivity: Making the Critical Connection

January 31, 2015   

Ben Franklin famously said, Early to bed, early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise. This advice has been echoed through the ages, and many have noted the advantages of early rising and encourage developing it as a regular habit. That’s all well and good, but you can also go to bed early, […]

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Dealing with Toxic Personalities in the Workplace

January 30, 2015   

The last time I was in graduate school, one of the most powerful presentations I attended was about toxic people in the workplace. They can really do a ton of damage and end up costing an organization a lot of money and heartache. I use the word toxic because I’m talking about more than the […]

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Spotlighting Patagonia’s Employee Activism Program

December 31, 2014   

In our previous post we talked about the rise of employee volunteer and philanthropy programs, happening in large part because of the demands of Millennials. Patagonia is one company paving the way in terms of promoting employee volunteer work and the idea of giving back as part of a talent management strategy. Download the free […]

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Carolinas HealthCare Systems Shows a Seamless Relationship Between Talent Management and the Healthcare Industry

December 16, 2014   

Healthcare is in the midst of so many changes and the shifts happening in the industry aren’t just impacting patients—they’re also impacting healthcare professionals. We often forget the role healthcare professionals play in this whole complicated relationship between patients, insurers, the government, businesses and all of the other stakeholders involved in the process. It’s been […]

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Clif Bar’s Innovative Talent Management Strategy Earns Attention

October 31, 2014   

Clif Bar is a company producing health-related foods—primarily natural and organic foods aimed at athletes, nature lovers and people on-the-go. Along with providing what they bill as nourishing foods for an active lifestyle, Clif Bar & Company also prides itself for its holistic business goals. This is a family-owned and operated business and they base […]

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The Business of Wellness: Creating a Corporate Wellness Program That Works

September 22, 2014   

When we talk about some of today’s talent management and workplace buzzwords like flexibility and work-life balance, another topic that also comes up is the concept of a corporate wellness program. Employers are increasingly focusing on the creation and implementation of corporate wellness programs for a variety of reasons. Many of these reasons may focus […]

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