Elizabeth Pearson

Elizabeth Pearson

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El trauma profesional es algo real. Aquí te decimos cómo reconocerlo y recuperarte de él

Los lugares de trabajo tóxicos están dañando la salud y el bienestar mental de muchos trabajadores. En los últimos años, más personas se han pronunciado sobre estos peligros, lo que ha inspirado la esperanza de que finalmente podamos marcar la diferencia para quienes sufren traumas en el lugar de trabajo todos los días.

Career Trauma Is a Real Thing. Here's How to Recognize and Recover From It.

Toxic workplaces are harming the health and mental well-being of many workers. In recent years, more people have spoken out about these dangers -- inspiring hope that we might finally be able to make a difference for those who suffer from workplace trauma every day.

Is Your Job Costing You More Than It's Paying You?

People who are unsatisfied with their jobs often say things like "the daily grind" or being "on a hamster wheel." These regrettable terms tend to be spoken by those who hate (or aren't satisfied) in their current position.

Funcionó para Steve Jobs: Por qué la espiritualidad es fundamental para el éxito empresarial

Los líderes deben promocionar abiertamente y en voz alta los beneficios de una práctica espiritual diaria.

It Worked for Steve Jobs: Here's Why Spirituality is Critical for Entrepreneurial Success

Business leaders should be touting the benefits of a daily spiritual practice openly and loudly.

Is Your Team Stressed-Out or Burned-Out? There's a Big Difference.

Current trends predict burnout will become increasingly more prevalent in the coming years.

How to Ease Work-From-Home Guilt

Overcompensating for working in sweats by working all hours of the day and night? Here's how to use your newfound flexibility and erase your work-from-home (WFH) guilt.

Working from Home Is Leading to Record Levels of Burnout. Is a 4-Day Work Week the Fix?

Workers are stressed from the "always-on" expectation that can come with working from home, yet they hesitate to take time off to decompress because they fear it could lead to layoff.