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Workplace Wellbeing: Learning from Cross-Country Skiers for Sustainable Work Pace

Explore a unique solution for sustainable work pace in the modern workplace inspired by the training routines of cross-country skiers. Discover the concept of
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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.

Thriving in the Age of Automation: How Self-Determination Theory Can Help Navigate the Challenges of a Rapidly Evolving Workforce

For many knowledge workers in established economies, basic needs have been met, but it’s still common to experience a sense of being unfulfilled. One

Effortless Future? Unveiling the Hidden Impact of AI and Automation on Wellbeing and Performance

Explore the unforeseen consequences of AI-driven automation on wellbeing and performance, revealing the value of effort and the potential risks of a less effortful,

The Pros and Cons of a Four-Day Workweek

Are you curious about the four-day workweek and whether it’s as great as it seems? Recently, a well-publicised pilot study of the four-day workweek

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.
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Is there an easier way to build new habits?

Setting goals is easy but achieving them is hard. Why is this the case? Well, it’s all about reward.
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why consistency is king & motivation is over-rated

Find out why consistency is one of the greatest performance enhancers, in both sport and business, and discover five ways that you can improve
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Calculating the ROI of corporate wellbeing

I’ve spent over ten years working in corporate wellbeing, and the same question comes up again, and again: “How do we measure return on
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Why we need digital grammar

We are accelerating into the age of ‘connected everything’. There are almost three million apps in one of the world’s leading app stores, many
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