August 13, 2018
As problem solvers, we take pride in diagnosing problems, breaking them down into actionable tasks, completing TODOs, and closing tickets. A common assumption in this rational workflow that emotions and feelings are a hindrance and should be actively minimised. However, research tells us the costs of ignoring emotions are great.
Active stewardship of our health makes us better employees, managers, parents, and partners. Pressures in life and work make it hard to maintain balance, even if we know the signs of burnout and depression. Workshop attendees will learn how to bring more focus to the present moment, improve overall well-being, and increase buy-in for supporting emotional health.