Inside Retail: Concerned about quiet quitting? You might need a workplace wellness plan

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Thanks to Inside Retail, in this article Michelle discusses quiet quitting and why it’s important to have a wellness plan in your workplace.  The pandemic brought new workplace challenges to the fore, while employee concerns about mounting workloads, constant change and expectations about always being contactable outside work continue to rise. Continue reading.  

Training & Development Magazine: COVID Fatigue

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In this article published in Training & Development Magazine, Michelle explains the import role culture plays in keeping teams engaged.  2022 is underway and the reality of COVID-19’s long tail has dawned on all of us. Employees and bosses alike are well and truly over COVID, with uncertainty continuing to rise and workplace challenges continuing. […]

Leaderonomics: Six Steps to Avoiding Burnout

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Implement these strategies to prevent burnout. Thanks to Leaderonomics for publishing Michelle’s six strategies to avoid burnout. 2022 is well underway, and for many of us, it feels like we are starting the year with an emotional hangover. Two years of COVID induced uncertainty and lockdowns has left us feeling tired and drained. Even the […]

Six Steps to Avoiding Burnout

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2022 is well underway, and for many of us, it feels like we are starting the year with an emotional hangover. Two years of COVID induced uncertainty and lockdowns has left us feeling tired and drained. Even the summer holidays didn’t leave us feeling recharged. While it’s not yet time to write 2022 off, there […]

Australian Men’s Health: Need to Switch Off Over Summer? Here’s 6 Ways to Ensure You Actually Do

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Manage your energy levels, switch off and get ready for summer fun. Thanks to Australian Men’s Health, Michelle has six tips on how to do this. With the Christmas countdown now on, balancing the inevitable rush of work deadlines and juggling life and family commitments before the summer holidays can be stressful. After another year […]

How Forgiving are You?

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Barely a week goes past without seeing an example of a collective pile on (usually via social media) to someone deemed to have done something wrong. Sometimes the outrage may even seem reasonable; on many occasions, there are many layers to the story which are unknown. Jon Ronson’s fabulous book So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed highlights the […]