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The top Wellness Trends of 2017 are here!

These are the top trends everyone will be talking about in 2017 when it comes to health, fitness, food, and wellness.
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Five Strategies for Setting Priorities, Karen Horneffer-Ginter, Ph.D, Tips, Happiness

Five Strategies for Setting Priorities, Karen Horneffer-Ginter, Ph.D, Tips, Happiness | Organizational Wellness | Scoop.it
When our lives are busy and our calendars are full, the things that matter most in life can get lost in the density of our daily obligations and activities.
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EveryTopicBlog.Com: How to Maintain Health under Work-Related Stress

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The cities with the best work-life balance? You might be surprised by some of them

This ranking takes into account how many hours per week and per year people work as well as how many holiday days they take.
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Situationally Adaptive Organizations for 21st Century Transformation and Thriving - Huffington Post (blog)

Situationally Adaptive Organizations for 21st Century Transformation and Thriving - Huffington Post (blog) | Organizational Wellness | Scoop.it
Situationally Adaptive Organizations for 21st Century Transformation and Thriving Huffington Post (blog) In the rapidly changing, globalized social, political and economic landscape of the 21st century, it is critical that organizations be agile,...
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For Diversity Training, Identify Your Organization’s Stage | Big Think Edge | Big Think

For Diversity Training, Identify Your Organization’s Stage  | Big Think Edge | Big Think | Organizational Wellness | Scoop.it
How comfortable do your employees feel at work? The answer to that question impacts your bottom line. The more comfortable and appreciated your employees feel, the more productive and invested they are in the organization.
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LGBT Wellness Roundup: April 18 - Huffington Post

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LGBT Wellness Roundup: April 18
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Each week HuffPost Gay Voices, in a partnership with bloggers Liz Margolies and Scout, brings you a round up of some of the biggest LGBT wellness stories from the past seven days.
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Managing remote employees: Lessons from ancient Rome and beyond | SmartBlogs

Managing remote employees: Lessons from ancient Rome and beyond | SmartBlogs | Organizational Wellness | Scoop.it
Question: What do these five established jobs ... Call center representative Salesperson Truck driver Writers Consultants ...
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Working Remotely Doesn't Mean You Should Work from Home - Lifehacker

Working Remotely Doesn't Mean You Should Work from Home - Lifehacker | Organizational Wellness | Scoop.it
Working Remotely Doesn't Mean You Should Work from Home Lifehacker The big perceived incentive for working at home for most people is the savings.
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Managing remote employees: Lessons from ancient Rome and beyond | SmartBlogs

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Workplace Stress Management in Boston & New York » Meditation for Stress

Conscious Success specializes in workplace stress management programs in Boston, New York and Nationally.
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Why Love is the Best Medicine

Why Love is the Best Medicine | Organizational Wellness | Scoop.it
Love as medicine is a topic very near and dear to my heart, my daily life, my future, and the change I want to be in the world. Many people would see this as just a simple little aphorism with a nugget of truth. But in reality there are some incredibly sound biochemical reasons that just about all chronic disease will be improved by love. Of course, getting run over by a bus is a different sort of medical emergency. Our western medical establishment is fabulous at repairing acute, physical problems, but utterly inept, right now, at having effective answers for chronic disease. Here is why:Chronic disease is a function of a mis-aligned nervous system, in so far as the disease symptoms, medical options, and even the thought processes around being diagnosed put each person into sympathetic mode. You know, fight or flight or freeze. (That last bit about freeze is way more crucial that we realize when we leave it off for brevity's sake.) Now there are myriad ways in which each person's body moves out of health, resulting in the wide variety of actual diseases we suffer from, but disease becomes chronic as a function of being triggered out of parasympathetic - HEALING - mode by the day to day experience of a disease which can easily make a person feel fear of being under attack by their very own body and their daily circumstances. Love is the antidote to fear. That makes Love a very powerful catalyst to healing.Love has to be applied liberally, constantly, and with as much dedication as possible. Love can come from inside ourselves, our family, our community, our beliefs, our imagination. Love propagates parasympathetic nervous system responses and healing can only occur in this baseline state. Even a slight bit of panic will cause dopamine to be converted to noradrenaline and adrenaline and normal physiological processing with be hijacked in an ever escalating cycle. Calm peace along with vigorous loving action is how we initiate the journey to wellness. The journey to wellness begins with practicing Love right now.Give it, feel it when it is given to you, luxuriate in it, celebrate it. Feel love suffuse every molecule of your body. It could easily be said your very life depends on exercising your love capacity. Visit www.InsightsOccur.com to learn more about me, my wellness mentoring, my writing, and my work.Read about the full story of my canine companion journey in Second: A Tale of Grief and Puppy Love ~~~ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Reproduction prohibited without express written permission from Deb Helfrich © 2016
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Staying Positive During Tough Times

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The economic downturn is real. Unemployment is high, business is down, people are grapping with horrible realities of home loss–these are scary times. There’s an overall tone of gloom.
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Why Employees Are More Important Than Clients

Why Employees Are More Important Than Clients | Organizational Wellness | Scoop.it
Workers who feel truly cared for are the key to creating a business that can grow quickly.
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5 Stretches to Help Improve Your Posture

5 Stretches to Help Improve Your Posture | Organizational Wellness | Scoop.it
Stretching will not only make you limber, it can alleviate back pain and improve your posture.
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The Awesome Benefit Tied to Learning Another Language

The Awesome Benefit Tied to Learning Another Language | Organizational Wellness | Scoop.it
Speaking two or more languages helps protect your brain as you age, even if you learn new languages as an adult, new research suggests.
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Working Remotely: Does The Research Prove It Won't Work For You?

Working Remotely: Does The Research Prove It Won't Work For You? | Organizational Wellness | Scoop.it
“Is that a dog barking?” he asked on our conference call. “My apologies. He wants to play fetch.” “You’re working from home?” he asked. “Yeah.” “I couldn’t handle that,” he replied.
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A good article with some research. Is working from home a good thing for all people?
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Working Remotely Doesn't Mean You Should Work from Home - Lifehacker

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Working Remotely Doesn't Mean You Should Work from Home Lifehacker The big perceived incentive for working at home for most people is the savings.

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Wellness program could be healthy wager for county - The Ranger

Wellness program could be healthy wager for county - The Ranger | Organizational Wellness | Scoop.it
Wellness program could be healthy wager for county The Ranger "Facts and figures around percentages with regard to impact on plans are a little hard to come by, but generally we see very positive impact by bringing in a wellness program," said Rob...
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Majority Of UAE Employees Work Better From Home – Survey - Gulf Business News

Majority Of UAE Employees Work Better From Home – Survey - Gulf Business News | Organizational Wellness | Scoop.it
Majority Of UAE Employees Work Better From Home – Survey Gulf Business News Around 42 per cent of employees in the UAE said that they work more efficiently from home when compared to an office, café or any other public place, according to a survey...
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10 Things Science Says Will Make You Happy

10 Things Science Says Will Make You Happy | Organizational Wellness | Scoop.it

The emerging field of positive psychology is bursting with new findings that suggest your actions can have a significant effect on your happiness and satisfaction with life. Here are 10 scientifically proven strategies for getting happy.


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