How to Manage Coronavirus Stress & Anxiety

How to Manage Coronavirus Stress & Anxiety

Anxiety about the impact of COVID-19 is a natural response. Developing strategies to manage coronavirus stress during the outbreak can help.

10 Christmas Wellbeing Tips

10 Christmas Wellbeing Tips

Christmas without stress is a myth. All of those things that drain and deplete you throughout the year will still be there throughout the festivities. They don’t take a day off just because it’s a holiday. Is it possible to embrace a cool Yule and remain zen? You bet. We’ve put together 10 Christmas wellbeing…

The Power of Yet

The Power of Yet

It may only consist three small letters but ‘Yet’ is one mighty word. When it comes to developing a growth mindset the power of yet is phenomenal. We take a look at the super power properties of ‘Yet.’

Motivational Interviewing For Performance Coaching

Motivational Interviewing For Performance Coaching

Performance Psychology is an effective practice that applies psychological principles to optimise performance. If you’re coaching for change, a well established clinical approach is emerging as a powerful tool to maximise performance and elicit serious change. Here’s how to use motivational interviewing for performance coaching.

Why Feeling Lonely at Work is Bad for Health & Bad for Business

Why Feeling Lonely at Work is Bad for Health & Bad for Business

Workplace loneliness and employee performance are inextricably linked, yet feeling lonely at work remains beyond the scope of most wellbeing programmes. We rarely consider loneliness or how organisational culture could be exacerbating the problem. Feeling lonely at work is more common than you might imagine. We take a deep dive into the research around why…

Why Spending Time In Nature Will Increase Your Productivity

Spending time in nature will increase your productivity (yes, really). We spend most of our time indoors, at work, on our laptops, glued to our tech, commuting or watching TV. There are multiple health benefits associated with time spent outdoors. We all want to be more productive, nature just might give you the helping hand…

The World Health Organisation has now classified burnout as an illness. We take a look at how to overcome the burnout epidemic.

Overcoming the Burnout Epidemic

For the first time ever, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has recognised workplace burnout as a diagnosable condition, adding it to the  International Classification of Diseases. If you’ve ever ever experienced burnout, you may be left wondering what took them so long. We take a look at how to overcome the burnout epidemic.

Practising Mindful Gratitude. Gratitude is good for us, but what is it, how can we benefit from it and how can we cultivate those feelings?

Practising Mindful Gratitude

Research over the last few years has demonstrated the many wellness benefits of gratitude. Keeping our eyes peeled for the positive reduces depression, increases our wellbeing, makes us happier, it also changes our brain. Heres how.

Self Care Tips for a Calm Christmas.

Self Care Tips for a Calm Christmas

Christmas. The time for carols, tinsel, mince pies and let’s face it, sometimes, stress and anxiety. Christmas can be crazy busy and not much fun. Reframe the frenzy into the perfect time of year to practice self care. So, how to make sure you don’t lose your sparkle amidst the chaos? Here are 5 self care…