Many companies around the world believe they have found one of the most successful workforce development programs to help improve the performance and lives of their employees: corporate mindfulness.
When we are triggered during training, there is nowhere to run, and we are forced to manage it in the moment.
Running an organization built on the foundational belief that work and life should be synonymous is no easy feat. Yet, when we look at why prioritizing work and life is necessary, it is clear to most of us that it matters.
In the fifth episode of "The Business of Learning," we speak to Michael Lee Stallard and Jay Morris about employee wellness, satisfaction and engagement.
The line between our work and personal lives is blurring. What is your company doing to invest in the health and well-being of your employees – and your organization?
These habits can be adopted by anyone to improve individual and team performance as well as reduce stress.