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  • Mayo Clinic > LINK – Job Burnout – learning to spot and manage signs of job burnout with this survey and guide, featuring practical tips for understanding symptoms, causes, and coping strategies like seeking support and maintaining balance.
  • Blog > LINK CoreHealth’s wellness blog delves into key insights and practical strategies for optimizing workplace wellness, including innovative approaches to employee engagement and personalized corporate wellness initiatives.
  • Blog > LINK Provides insights and strategies for improving workplace wellness, including tips on evaluating employee engagement, implementing personalized wellness programs, and utilizing tools like biometric screening and health coaching.
  • Employee Wellness Blog > LINK This TotalWellness Health Blog explores articles covering a range of topics on workplace wellness, from the importance of protein in maintaining health to fun summer wellness challenges and lessons from books like “Atomic Habits.”
  • Harvard Review > LINK – These four effective strategies to prevent work burnout provide practical insights on professional development, exemplified in “Beating Burnout” by Monique Valcour, featuring real-life cases like executives Barbara and Ari, highlighting the prevalence of burnout across professions and proposing solutions to promote well-being and productivity.
  • Harvard Review Article > LINK – These tips and best practices present insights into fostering mental well-being in the workplace, as seen in “The Future of Mental Health at Work Is Safety, Community, and a Healthy Organizational Culture” by Bernie Wong and Kelly Greenwood.
  • Wellness at Work > LINK Discusses and emphasizes the importance of physical and psychosocial work environments, personal health resources, and enterprise community engagement in promoting employee well-being.
  • Book “Burnout” by Emily Nagoski, PhD and Amelia Nagoski, DMA > LINK
    • This novel book delves into women’s unique challenges with burnout, offering a science-based approach to reduce stress and enhance well-being. Authors Emily Nagoski, Ph. D., and Amelia Nagoski, DMA, address the disparity between societal expectations and women’s experiences, providing practical solutions.
  • Book – “Stolen Focus” by Johann Hari > LINK
    • Explores the ways in which technology is changing the way we think, work, and interact, and offers practical advice on how to reclaim our attention and focus in a world of distractions.
  • Book “Smarter Faster Better” by Charles Duhigg > LINK
    • Teaching readers how to improve productivity and achieve success by using effective goal setting, motivation, decision-making, and teamwork strategies.
  • Book – The Wellness Bible: A No-Bullshit Guide to Health and Wellness Kindle Edition by Brendan Waddington > LINK
    • Provides straightforward, evidence-based advice honed by years of study and practice. He takes you step by step through methods anyone can use to achieve optimal wellness, from nutrition and exercise to sleep and emotional healthcare.
  • The Tim Ferriss Show: > LINK – Morning Routines and Strategies (#253) features a roundtable discussion sharing insights and strategies for optimizing morning routines to enhance productivity and success.
  • Redesigning Wellness by Jen Arnold > LINK – Episodes delve into workplace wellness and wellbeing, covering topics like gender-based violence, emotional intelligence, and entrepreneurial insights in the wellbeing profession, aiming to offer guidance and expertise for creating supportive work environments.
  • 90 seconds of Resiliency Tools on YouTube > LINKUniversity Behavioral Health Care offers brief, practical videos like ’90 Seconds of Resiliency Tools on YouTube’ to help strengthen resilience.
  • TED Talks: How to Manage Your Mental Health – Leon Taylor (TEDxClapham) > LINKLeon Taylor explores the power of physical movement in managing mental health challenges, emphasizing the impact of exercise on brain chemistry and emotional well-being.
  • TED Talks: End Professional Burnout: Become More Energized and Less Stressed – Liz Aguirre (TEDxManitouSprings) – > LINK – Dr. Liz Aguirre discusses the dangers of professional burnout, highlighting the importance of self-care, challenging societal expectations, and adopting a “Me first” approach for improved productivity and well-being.
  • TED Talks: The Cost of Workplace Stress — and How to Reduce It | Rob Cooke > LINK – Wellness sdvocate Rob Cooke, shares his knowledge on how businesses and individuals can create effective strategies to help put mental, physical and emotional well-being back to the forefront.