Emotional Intelligence
Mental & Behavioral Health

EQ is the New IQ: The Role of Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace

In today’s workplace, workplace performance and career success – and even employee health - which were once thought to be a function of one’s intelligent quotient (IQ), are, in fact, corollary to one’s emotional intelligence.

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Greg Okhifun

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March 21, 2019

Stress & Resilience

Employee Burnout: How Managers Can Curb Workplace Stress

In a recent survey by Deloitte, more than 77 percent of workers reported experiencing burnout at their current workplace. Burnout refers to the spectrum of physical and emotional signs of exhaustion and stress, increases with increase in demand.

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Greg Okhifun

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February 6, 2019

wearable technology
Technology & Wearables

Wearable Technology: Its Place in Workplace Wellness

From fitness-tracking bands designed by Fitbit, Mio, Nike, and Microsoft, to Smartwatches such as Apple Watch and the Pebble Watch, many employers are increasingly incorporating wearable technology into their wellness initiatives. How are of these devices of benefit to workers?

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Greg Okhifun

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February 14, 2019

Environment
Business of Well-being

How Your Office is Making you Sick and Ways to Fix It

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reports that many office buildings – new and renovated - in the United States may actually be making their occupants sick.

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Greg Okhifun

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February 21, 2019

Headaches
Mental & Behavioral Health

Migraine in the Workplace: Implications on Employee Productivity and Ways to Address it

Migraine is more than just a headache, causing severe attacks that impair an individual's daily function and quality of life. it is the sixth leading cause of disability worldwide, costing employers and the economy a lot in productivity loss.

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Greg Okhifun

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February 28, 2019

Sitting Disease
Fitness & Nutrition

Sitting Disease: Too Much Sitting at Your Office Desk is The New Smoking

Sitting may not be as harmless as you think: With the high risk of disease and death this seemingly innocuous activity is associated with, there’s a call on employers, managers, and even entrepreneurs to rethink workplace design and culture on sitting,

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Greg Okhifun

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March 13, 2019

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