Health & Wellness

6 Science-Backed Ways to Improve Your Well-Being at Work

Employee well-being is an organizational issue, not just an individual one. Many factors impact and influence it, including your workload and flexibility, your manager, and the culture within your team. But while you may not have the ability to change your organization or your boss, there are some simple, science-backed things you can do daily

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A Discussion of Honesty, Health, and Happiness with Jameela Jamil

Mental health is finally getting the attention it deserves, allowing for more honest and open conversations around a topic that has traditionally been left unspoken. Hear from Jameela Jamil, vocal advocate and prominent voice in the movement, on how she’s breaking down barriers and helping others by sharing her own experiences and how brands can

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Don’t Let Passion Lead to Burnout on Your Team

Passion is often heralded as the key to a fulfilling and successful career, but the authors’ recent research suggests that it can also come at a cost: Feeling passionate about work can lead to exhaustion and even burnout.

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Why Work Friends Are Crucial for Your Health Inbox

When most people hear “social support,” they think of emotional support, like venting to a coworker over drinks, Heaney says. But it comes in many forms: when someone steps in to help you on a busy day, for instance, or shares advice and opinions

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The Ripple Effect of a Bad Boss on Dual-Career Parents

A recent Washington Post article highlighted a seemingly obvious, yet critically important finding from research conducted by Maureen Perry-Jenkins: When parents work in more supportive environments, they are able to be more effective in their parenting roles. This, in turn, leads to better developmental outcomes for their children. It’s no surprise that this news article

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How High Achievers Overcome Their Anxiety

A surprising number of extremely successful people are often wracked by anxiety, the author writes. They suffer from what psychologists call thought traps and others might refer to as cognitive distortion or thinking errors: negatively biased and untrue patterns of thought that arrive automatically and often ensnare us, preventing us from seeing clearly, communicating effectively,

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Making Moves Towards Wellness

Join Shelley Zalis and Angelic Vendette, Global Head of Marketing for Alo Yoga, for a conversation about the path to wellness through movement and mindfulness, and what companies and leaders can learn from the transformative power of yoga. This discussion will be followed by an experiential sound bath led by Alo expert Nicole Rutsch.

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The Auto Safety Concept That We Need to Talk About

Airbags, seat belts, emergency brakes. These are the technologies that come to mind when we think of auto safety — and for good reason. But when it comes to keeping people (and women in particular) safe, our safety advancements must go beyond what’s inside the car and extend to the surrounding areas. For example, how

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