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Every Woman Needs A Male Nemesis At Work

The Cut | Posted 06.21.2016 | Women
The Cut

Can you think of a man at your office or in your industry on whom you can focus as the person you are committed to outpacing? Perhaps it's someone who has been given the promotion you deserved.

17 Tweets Every Person Who Works Weekends Will Understand

The Huffington Post | Kyli Singh | Posted 05.06.2016 | Comedy

If you don't have a Monday to Friday work schedule, you know the struggle is REAL. We rounded up 17 spot-on tweets that nail what it's like to work on...

Work-Life Balance Doesn't Exist

Jennifer Maynard | Posted 03.29.2016 | Healthy Living
Jennifer Maynard

There is no secret, pill or magic wand that can be waved to create balance. There aren't 10 questions you can ask yourself that will magically make you balanced. Sorry... it takes work, and a lot of it. It is personal and you must analyze your own needs in order to achieve balance.

Some Deep Truths About Time Management

Maya Mathias | Posted 01.11.2016 | GPS for the Soul
Maya Mathias

We're well and truly into the new year. Many of us will have designed resolutions, visions and goals. And some of us will already have "slipped up" on...

6 Tips to Creatively Incorporating 30 Minutes of Relaxation Into Your Daily Practices

20 Beautiful Women | Posted 12.29.2015 | Healthy Living
20 Beautiful Women

No matter how "busy" we get it is imperative that we slow down just enough to relax and regroup on a daily basis. The task of taking care of ourselves first has taken a backseat to being present for others. So let's set the standard right now: Self-care is a must.

Urgent Overload: Is It Really Urgent?

Jae Ellard | Posted 11.03.2015 | Healthy Living
Jae Ellard

Let's save "urgent" for what is truly life-affecting, and shift the conversation to what it's really about: competing priorities. Let's allow space for decoding high-priority tasks and requests, and support an environment of more responding, less reacting.

Sneaky Office Yoga: When Company Culture Doesn't Have Space

Lauren Coles | Posted 10.06.2015 | Healthy Living
Lauren Coles

There is very little an office yoga professional can do when the company culture itself won't allow yoga or meditation into the workplace. It is up to you and an individual to take the time to find your own yoga, often taking great care to do so with the utmost discretion.

October Is National Work and Family Month!

Lenny Sanicola | Posted 10.01.2015 | Business
Lenny Sanicola

Each and every October is National Work and Family Month (NWFM), and this annual celebration offers a great opportunity for employers to showcase thos...

Bust Stress at Your Desk: Office Yoga

Lauren Coles | Posted 08.05.2015 | Healthy Living
Lauren Coles

You may think that your desk is an unlikely prop for inner peace, but a chair is a fantastic tool to help you find work-life balance while in the office. Try these simple stress-busting office yoga moves you can do at your desk!

Updating our Portrait of Today's Father

Brad Harrington | Posted 06.17.2016 | Parents
Brad Harrington

Dads today are much more hands-on and engaged with their children than fathers were a generation ago. The majority want to share parenting responsibilities equally with their spouse but know that their actions are not yet aligned with their aspirations.

Detecting Leadership Buy-in for Work-life Change: 5 Indicators for HR Professionals

Kyra Cavanaugh | Posted 05.26.2016 | Business
Kyra Cavanaugh

When the human-resources staff of a company or organization reaches out to an HR/work-life consultancy, it's usually because they've gotten the green light to implement some kind of change in their organization--culture, flextime, resiliency, etc.

Commuting Could Be Shaving Years Off Your Life

The Huffington Post | Ann Brenoff | Posted 03.24.2015 | Fifty

The long commute has become a staple of the American work experience: The average round-trip commute is close to an hour and at least 10 percent of th...

7 Tips For A Happier Work Life

Nancy Roman | Posted 05.22.2015 | Fifty
Nancy Roman

No one likes his job every single minute. You are always going to have good days and bad days. Don't complain constantly - especially at work, but also in restaurants, on Facebook, at the gym... you could be overheard. And when someone asks you about your job: If overall you like it well enough, you say, "It's pretty good." And if it is terrible, say, "I'm learning a lot."

3 Ways To Spend More Time With Your Family Without Quitting Your Job

The Huffington Post | Emily Peck | Posted 03.20.2015 | Business

So you want to spend more time with your family. You could do what a couple of big-shot executives have recently done: wait for years, until you’...

Is It Time to Retire 'Millennials'?

Brad Harrington | Posted 05.20.2015 | Business
Brad Harrington

Our center is presently collecting data on how young adults navigate their careers. Already we are hearing clear signals from study participants that they are very interested in staying with their current employer if they believe their employer is investing in them and offering long-term career options. Is this so different from what boomers were looking for when they were in their 20s?

Protect Your Brand

Shanna B. Van Ness | Posted 05.18.2015 | Women
Shanna B. Van Ness

Protecting your brand is extremely important. Key aspects to consider as tips to protect your brand are to manage your time, value the time of others, balance personal and professional commitments and rid yourself of the Superwoman complex.

A Passionate Rhythm of Right Work: Meet World-Class Drummer, Barbara Borden

Leni Miller | Posted 05.12.2015 | Good News
Leni Miller

When we are truly in our right work, there is a powerful and passionate rhythm to our work. We are in synchronicity with the most basic and personal beat that comes from our hearts. Barbara Borden is a woman and world-class professional drummer, and definitely, in her right work!

Serena Williams' Trainer Spills 7 Work-Life Secrets

Caitlin Roberson | Posted 04.04.2015 | Healthy Living
Caitlin Roberson

A wise man once wrote, "Intent matters more than technique." I'd argue we can use both to create what we want to live -- careers, companies, romances, art, friendship. That's work-life.

9 Quotes That Will Help Your Friend With Work-Life Balance

Posted 12.15.2014 | Good News

Think of your most conscientious, hard-working friends. Most likely, they appear to you in a virtual blur: their lives are stuck on turbo speed, and i...

(Gr)attitude

Bethany & Daniel Henderson | Posted 03.16.2015 | Parents
Bethany & Daniel Henderson

This year, we're doing something different. No forcing ourselves to muster platitudes when we really don't feel like it. No mumbling half-hearted blanket statements. No, this year, we're acknowledging head-on all that drives us crazy every day.

Operation HR Engagement: What the Military can teach Business About Treating People

Christine McKinney Pfeiffer | Posted 01.07.2015 | Business
Christine McKinney Pfeiffer

Obviously the military has different objectives than most businesses but both types of organizations are nothing without their people.

'Having it All' Even When Staying At Home

Reem Kassis | Posted 12.14.2014 | Women
Reem Kassis

Making this choice was one of the hardest things I had ever had to do. It was admitting that everything I had worked so hard for, everything I had aspired to achieve and prove, was neither what I had expected nor what I wanted. "Having it all" was not all it was pumped up to be.

Business Majors: It's Time to Reassess

Brad Harrington | Posted 12.10.2014 | Business
Brad Harrington

In the United States today, nearly one in five college students chooses to study business administration. It is by far the most popular major with twice as many students pursuing a business degree as the next most popular area of study -- social sciences and history.

Is Your Innovation Stuck? 5 Ways to Rethink Your Approach

Jodi Detjen | Posted 10.19.2014 | Business
Jodi Detjen

Everywhere I go, I hear people talk about disruption and innovation. They desperately want to upend their business and be the champion! But instead, they talk, they make changes and ideas get lost.

Ann Brenoff

Forget First Loves, How About First Jobs?

HuffingtonPost.com | Ann Brenoff | Posted 07.18.2014 | Fifty

Before you know it, summer will be fading as fast as our tans and we'll all be planning our Labor Day barbecues. Labor Day is one of those holidays wh...