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09 February

Being in the moment, the now, the zone – regardless of how the state is described mindfulness, the practise of training our minds to work with us and for us rather than against us is the super skill every man must have ….

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23 April

By Jackie Roberge

Today more companies are realizing that the relentless pressure to perform, to do more with less and the ‘always on’ personal device-driven, global work environment is taking its toll on their employees. Heightened levels of stress might be inevitable but how employees respond to it can have a significant impact on the people’s productivity, energy, health and ultimately the bottom line.

One way companies deal with lagging performance or burned out and disillusioned managers is to support them with skills based training like change management, leadership or communication. This is useful but if the leaders are really feeling burned out they need more. They need a change in perspective – they need to see the light at the end of the ‘working too much yet it is never enough’ tunnel.

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26 June

Views This Month: 3 PTSD – My Personal Journey Most of my life, I dreamed of becoming a police officer and most of the things I did in my life were geared to attaining that goal. By Sept of 2000, I had achieved what I had so much wanted, believing that the profession I was entering […]

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