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Social Anxiety and Loneliness

By SOCIETY FOR NEUROSCIENCE FEBRUARY 22, 2022 Driven by Different Brain States Despite similar symptoms, loneliness and social anxiety are driven by different brain states, according to new research published in JNeurosci. Loneliness can have detrimental consequences on physical and mental health, yet there are currently few behavioral interventions for loneliness like there are for other conditions. Lieberz… Read More


Optimize Workplace Culture

Resignation shows how workers are experiencing a purpose crisis. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 4.4 million Americans quit their jobs in September 2021, a record high, showing that “The Great Resignation” (also referred to as “The Great Realization”) is in full swing. The COVID-19 pandemic gave many people time to stop and think and reevaluate their professional and… Read More


Requiring Vaccines Hurt a Company’s Culture?

A new study says 67% of companies are concerned about a mandate’s impact on employee morale While many people, thankfully, have moved heaven and earth to discover, produce and distribute a vaccine for COVID-19,  when it comes to deciding whether companies should require vaccination as a term of employment, there isn’t a clear consensus. While… Read More


Handling Grief In The Workplace

Many people in the world are experiencing the loss of someone they know because of the coronavirus pandemic. When that occurs, how do you, as a leader, handle the ensuing grief in your organization? Grief is a challenging and complicated emotion, ranging from denial and bargaining to anger and depression and, finally, acceptance. Another angle… Read More


Election Year Politics Protocols for Office Talk

Election Politics Protocols for the Office Most of us are familiar with the old adage cautioning against discussing politics in polite company, but at least one survey a few years ago indicated that employees do not heed this advice in the workplace.  According to the survey by Vault.com, 66% of respondents say  that their coworkers… Read More


There are 2 types of people who tend to get overly stressed at work

Áine Cain Sep. 13, 2016 – Reprint with permission Feeling Stressed at Work? Feeling like your head’s about to explode from stress at work? That may be due to what you value professionally, according to a recent Deloitte study. The study surveyed 23,000 working adults, 28% of whom reported that they are often or always… Read More


What Companies Lose By Skimping On Mental Wellness Programs

U.S. adults stand a nearly 50% chance of developing a mental health issue in their lifetimes, yet employers spend little on mental wellness. By one recent measure, companies are now pouring over $70 billion a year into corporate training in the U.S., an investment that’s been growing at record rates in years following the recovery… Read More


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