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Harnessing the Power of Stress Management: Practical Strategies for the Modern Workplace

According to research by Gartner, 58% of workers say they are stressed, and 48% worry about work. Discover three evidence-based tactics for managing stress.

Navigating the Hybrid Work Revolution: Implications for Workplace Wellbeing and Productivity

Explore the impact of hybrid work models on productivity and employee wellbeing. Learn how to balance flexibility, productivity, and the mental health of employees
James Hewitt

Emerging Trends in Wellbeing Technology: Digital Support, Stress-Detecting Wearables, and VR Health

Explore the latest trends in wellbeing technology, from digital mental health support platforms and stress-detecting wearables, to the role of VR in healthcare. Learn
James Hewitt

Mastering the Moment: Boost Your Well-Being and Performance in a Fast-Paced World with the Power of Presence

Do you sometimes struggle to be present? Discover how to harness the power of mindfulness in a fast-paced world with non-meditative techniques.

Benefits of Ice Baths: Exploring the Hype Around Cold Exposure

Ice baths are becoming more popular, but are the benefits science-based? Claims include a dopamine boost, increased brown fat activation, improved recovery, cognitive performance

Seven mistakes to avoid when using wearables in workplace wellbeing

Ensure that your employees can use their wearables to improve wellbeing and performance in the workplace, instead of cluttering up their desk drawers.
James Hewitt

Questions to ask before quitting your job

41% of people are considering quitting their jobs, according to a study by Microsoft. If you’re in this group, what questions should you be
James Hewitt

how you can use your eyes to de-stress on demand

Many people are looking for fast, effective ways to manage their stress. Find out how you can apply a simple technique to de-stress whenever
James Hewitt

Building antifragile teams

Discover why intentionally generating uncertainty, by taking small risks regularly, is crucial for developing antifragile teams.
James Hewitt

Become an antifragile performer

Humans have an incredible capacity to adapt in the face of challenge, and we have an innate ability to manage and even thrive in
James Hewitt