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During the course of their careers, behavioral health professionals inevitably face complex ethics challenges related to boundaries and dual relationships.  This webinar will explore complicated boundary issues in behavioral health and highlight practical risk-management strategies designed to protect clients and prevent litigation and ethics complaints. Why Should You Attend Behavioral health professionals must be skilled […]

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Working From Home 101: An Employer’s Guide
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COVID-19 has caused unprecedented levels of disruption and forced businesses all around the world to close their offices and work remotely. Allowing your employees to work from home is essential at the moment, but it can also bring about various benefits. One of the biggest advantages of working remotely is that it will lower your […]

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3 Digital Technologies That Can Help Improve Employee Wellness
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During these unpredictable times, remote work has become the new frontier for businesses everywhere. And while work productivity may be successfully manageable using this approach, maintaining the wellness of employees has become increasingly challenging for companies. Between a lack of equipment, homeschooling children, and finding a quiet place to work, occupational stress seems to be […]

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Learning How to Set Boundaries With Your Tech
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Did you know that a national poll conducted by Code Computerlove in 2019 found that the Brits spend about 50 days a year looking at their mobile phones? And now that remote work is in full force due to the current state of the world, it’s safe to say that employees will experience higher screen time numbers […]

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Weighing up remote working
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Over the last few years there has been tremendous growth in remote work opportunities. By 2018, close to two thirds of people were working from home at least one day a week and the amount of time and number of people continues to increase. The reason behind this trend is likely that the practice of […]

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Remote Work Habits for Staying Healthy, Productive and Connected
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Being a remote worker brings both advantages and disadvantages to the table. On the one hand, your commute is relatively short or non-existent. This is great for saving money on gas and enjoying your mornings without the madness of rushing. On the other hand, lines between your work and personal life often blur together. This […]

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Special Guest: Dr. Ned Hartfiel, founder and director of Healthy Back Programme Ltd in the UK Dr. Ned Hartfiel’s innovative PhD research introduced a yoga programme for National Health Service (NHS) staff in the UK. The NHS employees who participated in his 8 week programme not only had signficantly less back pain and improved wellbeing […]

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Lara Morgan, recently named as one of the UK’s 10 most powerful businesswomen, founded Company Shortcuts after her successful exit from Pacific Direct, with the aim of sharing the experience and knowledge she gained whilst growing a highly successful global organisation. She touches upon the topic of wellbeing below: What was your engagement challenge or what […]

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Well-intentioned wellbeing initiatives won’t lead to improved engagement unless there’s a sense of shared purpose across the organisation “What we need to do is to get line managers to take responsibility for their employees’ wellbeing,” volunteered one participant at a recent Engage for Success (E4S) Guru Group meeting. “Agreed,” said I, sharply, “but let’s get […]

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