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The Multiple Benefits of Resistance Training
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When we decide we want to get fit and healthy, we often take up cardiovascular exercise in order to shed those excess pounds. Whilst it’s true that well-planned cardio paired with better nutritional choices can be hugely beneficial to our …

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Do Financial Rewards Motivate Employees to Work Better?
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Most employees enjoy being rewarded in one form or another, are you getting it right? Organisations have realised as much – with 86% of companies worldwide implementing some form of rewards programme. Traditionally, extra rewards have been distributed in the …

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How Can We Cope Better With Change?
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No matter your profession or walk of life, it’s inevitable that you are going to experience a life-altering event at some point during the course of your career. Changes may cause you stress and effect your mental health. Our health …

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The Importance of Staying Focused
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Remaining focused is one of the biggest challenges facing us today. With constant distractions provided by continual notifications on our phones, constant emails on our computers, and colleagues starting counterproductive conversations, it can sometimes feel like getting yourself to just …

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How to Lead When You Are Not the Boss
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True leadership is never really a matter of the position an employee holds. Leaders are always effective within the workplace, no matter their rank. Colleagues listen to their ideas, follow-up on their suggestions for action and turn to them when …

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The Unexpected Health Benefits of Volunteering
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Whilst volunteering is often measured by its impact on others, an increasing body of research has pointed to the health benefits volunteering provides for its participants. In fact, one study carried out by the University of Exeter revealed that volunteers …

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How to Build Confidence
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It may have been a while since you last doubted your abilities, or it may have been just a few minutes ago. With that in mind, it may not be surprising to hear that 95% of us experience a lack …

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The Science of “Hanger”
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If you’ve ever snapped at someone after going without food for a prolonged period of time, then it’s likely that you were experiencing the effects of “hanger”. The term – formed by merging the two distinct words of hunger and …

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Employee Boredom: The Silent Epidemic
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Employee boredom is an increasingly common phenomenon in the workplace setting. In a recent survey, it was revealed that nearly half of all employees are bored. If that initial statistic wasn’t shocking enough, the fact that bored employees are twice …

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