Self Care and Work
Self-care and managing people: how the two go hand-in-hand
Kate Gamble, a General Manager in Marketing, shares how self-care has supported her to let go of the pressures and expectations to perform, allowing her to build more loving, connected relationships with people at work.
Self-care: An essential ingredient to a successful career
Kate Gamble, a General Manager in Marketing, shares how self-care is an essential ingredient for being a great manager, ensuring the person you bring to work is vital, engaged and open to connect with people.
Self-care and people: how connection transforms the way you work
Ray Graham, an Apple Computer Support Technician, shares his experience of how connecting with people and making that his first priority before ‘fixing problems’ has completely transformed the way he works.
Sleeping and shift work: A practical approach to Self-Care
A shift worker's practical approach to overcoming the draining effects of night shift work with self-care.
Bringing self-care to work: caring for you is caring for others
A Psychotherapist’s perspective on how self-care supports her to stay engaged in her work by following the impulse to rest when she needs to and not reacting to her clients or getting caught in emotional drama.
Self-care: Building relationships with people at work
A Health Promotion Officer’s perspective on how self-care for him is all about relationships with people and opening up to letting them in.
How to survive work and travel?
A practical guide for how self-care can help you deal with the challenges of working away from home – from jet lag and hotel beds to working long hours and business dinners out.
Self care – the key to coping with shift work
This article by an International Flight Attendant, who understands the demands shift work can place on your body, talks of introducing self-care into her daily life, and the difference it made.
Current ‘self-care’ fads – do they really work?
Do populist self-care strategies in the workplace actually work, or do they just further add to our already full schedules; our various lists of tasks, goals, aspirations and resolutions?
Those pesky Monday morning blues!
It’s Monday morning, the first day back to work after a weekend or a few weeks of annual leave. I hear a deep sigh as my colleagues sit down and turn on their computer and I smile ... once upon a time this was me.