Health and Fitness Drive Your Leadership Success

By ALULA posted in Workplace Health

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Author Tim Overcash with contributions from Brian Cole, Ph.D. and Evan Smith

June is National Men’s Health Month. This month is all about raising awareness and encouraging men to employ healthy behaviors that positively impact their mental and physical wellbeing.  

Your health is your foundation. Your success as a leader, your daily business performance, and every aspect of your public and private life—all depend on your robust health.

Of course, you already know that. But let’s get specific and present some useful advice.

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Be the HEART of Your Organization During American Heart Month

By Bridget Russell, Ed. D. posted in Leadership, Workplace Health

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With the rapid transitions that COVID-19 forced upon all of us, and the evolving needs of today’s workforce, there’s been a great deal of discussion around maintaining the health and wellness of employees. As leaders, we have a responsibility for maintaining workforce wellbeing. In such an unprecedented time, it’s crucially important to look out for the mental health of your employees—but I feel that there’s another vital part of employee wellbeing: cardiovascular health.

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Supportive Leaders Put People First AND Take Care of Themselves

By ALULA posted in Leadership, Working Remote, Leading Remote Teams, Work from Home, Managing Remotely, Workplace Health

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There is a time-tested military leadership best practice that is known by the mantra; “Officers eat last.” It is reflected in what Simon Sinek described as a “circle of safety” that exists in high performing organizations so that all members will feel safe and secure and able to focus on battling external challenges and “seizing big opportunities” as a team, rather than worrying about internal conflicts and threats. That safety net is established by supportive leaders; those who put their people first and who will make personal sacrifices for the good of their teams.

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How Leaders Can Support Mental Health in the Workplace

By Bridget Russell, Ed. D. posted in Leadership, Communicating with Teams, Workplace Mental Health, Workplace Health

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Each year millions of Americans face the reality of living and working with a mental health issue. More and more, companies realize that it is time to fight stigma, provide support, educate and advocate for policies that support people with mental health issues.

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