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Managing your finances can be a daunting task if it's not something you are used to or feel you are very good at. So, we can help... we provide lots of easy to understand advice and tips to guide you through the minefield of personal finances and how to manage and stay on top of them.
We all have mental health, just like we all have physical health. And just like physical health, when we neglect our mental health, we put ourselves at risk of unnecessary suffering. Due to the amount of time we spend working and the inherent stresses and strains of the workplace, understanding how to identify and address mental health issues in the workplace is incredibly important.
Often, work takes precedence over everything else in our lives. Our desire to succeed professionally can push us to set aside our own well-being. Creating a harmonious work-life balance or work-life integration is critical, though, to improve not only our physical, emotional and mental well-being, but it's also important for our career. In this playlist, we look at how to improve your work-life balance.
Psychological safety is the belief that you won’t be punished or humiliated for speaking up with ideas, questions, concerns, or mistakes. A lack of psychological safety at work has major repercussions. First, when people don’t feel comfortable talking about initiatives that aren’t working, the organisation isn’t equipped to prevent failure. And when employees aren’t fully committed, the organisation has lost an opportunity to leverage the strengths of all its talent.
In this topic we look at the benefits of psychological safety, the consequences of not having it, why it is sometime hard to speak up and how leaders can foster a culture of safety.
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