Category: Resilience

The Personality Traits Of Engaging and Disengaging Leaders

Most people think of leadership as a vocation, but it's really a psychological process—namely, the process of influencing others to put aside their self-serving agendas and cooperate for the common good of a group. Companies are just bigger, more organized groups than those groups where our earliest ancestors first developed… Read More

Are Australians working too much?

While working the odd overtime is common - and often expected - in today's environment, work hours must nonetheless be carefully managed to avoid any negative impact on employees. Consistently working shifts that exceed contracted hours may not only hurt job satisfaction and morale, but take a toll on mental… Read More

When work and home stress collide

The increasing pressures of modern-day working life can take a toll on any employee. However, it's important to consider how factors from other dimensions in our lives can also affect our mental resilience, as a new study suggests. According to researchers from Concordia University and the University of Montreal, people… Read More

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