Why Workplace Mindfulness Is Simpler Than You Might Think

Mindfulness at work proves to have positive effects on increased productivity, wellness, happiness, and energy. These are few of the reasons businesses are integrating elements of mindfulness into their organizational practices. Getting started is as simple as becoming more aware of yourself and the world around you.

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Authored by Bianca Bartz for hazel

The Progress Principle

Harvard Business School professor and author Dr. Amabile explores inner work life — the emotions, perceptions, and motivations that people experience as they react to events in their work day. Her research team discovered that, of all the events that can deeply engage people in their work, the single most important is making progress on meaningful work.

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Segmentors Vs Integrators: Google’s Work-Life-Balance Research

Google research shows that those who rigidly separate their personal and work lives are significantly happier about their well-being than those who tend to blur the lines between the two.

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Article by Megan Huth on re:Work

There Is No One-Size-Fits-All Model To Employee Happiness At Work

The fact that happiness at work is trending seems to be a good thing, but the way most companies are trying to “implement it” is fundamentally flawed. In an effort to create a better workplace, lots of companies believe that there is a fixed model available that will solve their problems instantly: implement this magic model and a “happy company” is guaranteed. Unfortunately, this ain’t true for a bit. Instead, listening to employees, gathering inspiration from various sources, and crafting unique solutions is the way to go.

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Article by Corporate Rebels