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Corporate traumatic stress disorder (CTSD) is caused by persistent exposure to the low-level psychological stress and anxiety created by many corporate cultures.
There are mental health problems that require formal interventions, but many are less about diagnosed issues and more a result of the million little things in work and life that, over time, break our employees, too.
If leaders believe their employees are their most valuable asset, what do they need to do to create an overall culture of wellness within the workplace that necessarily leads to sustainable employee engagement?
Recent surveys show that confusion still exists within the C-suite regarding what constitutes a cyber risk and what they need to do to prevent the risk. Other surveys have shown that in terms of cyber practice, the C-suite constitutes a significant threat.
Health care is arguably one of the toughest fields in which to become a leader. Health care professionals are meticulously trained practitioners with staggering demands on their time and psyches and the need for perfect execution in their practice.
There’s no question about it; the health care industry is booming and is one of the leading, if not the leading, employer in the United States. Here are the top five ways whiteboard animation enhances professional development in this industry.
Workplace health and safety is not a “sexy” topic. It’s not the type of training that has your employees clamoring to attend, yet it is a necessary and important part of your company’s training catalog.