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Health impacts depend on what kind of workaholic you are 
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Health impacts depend on what kind of workaholic you are 

It’s about how you approach work, not how long you spend there.

Source: hbr.org

Work-a-holics possess over work and even if they don't work long hours, they are still more likely to develop cardiovascular disease or diabetes than non-work-a-holics. By contrast, the research cited in this HBR article suggests that while those who work long hours not because they are possessed, but because they love what they do, are generally not at greater risk for serious health problems. The difference appears to be the ability to let it go and refresh. It the chronic rumination that is most toxic.


WE/IFMA introduces first Workplace Management program—July 10 Launch
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WE/IFMA introduces first Workplace Management program—July 10 Launch

Workplace Management is a dynamic, emerging discipline that designs and delivers an organization’s unique workplace experience, aligning it to strategic drivers and business goals.  It coordinates all the disciplines and infrastructure needed to deliver an integrated ‘experience’ in a powerful, economic and effective way, every day.

Source: we.ifma.org

The Workplace Management Program (WMP) is comprised of four modules, each of which includes three live Webinars  and one on-site Workshop.  The completion of all Modules and final Workshop will lead to a certificate of completion in Workplace Management. This is the first certificate of completion program in our industry! Space is limited. Sign up now: https://we.ifma.org/wmp-module-1/


Join an upcoming WE:binar or watch one you missed
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Join an upcoming WE:binar or watch one you missed

"On the third Thursday of each month, Megan Campbell and Emily Dunn hosts a stimulating webinar on a leading workplace topics. Members receive an invitation in advance and a link to recordings following the webinar."

Source: we.ifma.org

June WE:binar: Moving the Needle on Workplace Outcomes Using Evidence-Based Practice

Speaker: Dr. Shreya Sarkar-Barney, founder and CEO of Human Capital Growth (HCG), an evidence-based talent management firm

 

Despite escalating investments in workplace programs, human capital challenges have become perennial. For the last decade, talent scarcity has remained among the top five CEO concerns and employee engagement scores have barely improved. By leveraging an evidence-based approach and leaning on 150 years of science, workplace strategists have the opportunity to drive measurable outcomes for people and business. This webinar will reveal an innovative approach that allows workplace strategists to make informed decisions and move the needle on what matters.

 

Date: Thursday, June 20, 2019
Time: 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT

Click Here to RSVP


June WE:binar – Moving the Needle on Workplace Outcomes Using Evidence-Based Practice
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June WE:binar – Moving the Needle on Workplace Outcomes Using Evidence-Based Practice

06/20/2019 @ 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM - Despite escalating investments in workplace programs, human capital challenges have become perennial. For the last decade, talent scarcity has remained among the top five CEO concerns and employee engagement scores have barely improved. By leveraging an evidence-based approach and leaning on 150 years of science, workplace strategists have the opportunity to drive measurable outcomes for people and business."

Source: we.ifma.org

This webinar will reveal an innovative approach that allows workplace strategists to make informed decisions and move the needle on what matters.

The speaker is Dr. Shreya Sarkar-Barney, founder and CEO of Human Capital Growth (HCG), an evidence-based talent management firm. Combining science and analytics, HCG helps organizations such as Microsoft, Merck, General Mills, and Ecolab achieve better leader and talent outcomes. 


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