Monthly Archives: September 2012

Working with Those “Troubling Twenty-Somethings!”

Having difficulty integrating, supervising, and inspiring the twenty-somethings in your organization?  The reality is that you must figure out how to do this sooner rather than later.  Why?  Because frequent staff turnover is expensive:  financially, energetically, relationally, and time-wise. Millennials … Continue reading

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Release the Drowning Feeling of Overwhelm and Swim to Shore!

In the final blog of the series on overwhelm, we’ve decided to include an interview with Sylvia about the challenges of overwhelm and how she can help! In your experience with managers and executives, how often are professionals feeling overloaded … Continue reading

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Strategies for Reducing Overwhelm

Feeling overloaded and overwhelmed? This YouTube clip provides a few strategies people can practice to reduce their sense of overwhelm. We’ve also decided to reach out to a few alternative health providers to see if they can offer suggestions for … Continue reading

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