In the Workplace
Many Human Resource directors are tasked with helping their employees share a more positive work culture within their place of business. Studies have shown that a positive workplace can lead to higher employee productivity and lower employee turnover.
Unsurprisingly, minimizing stress through positive thinking and using your imagination can help you increase positive emotions. Greater Good Science Center contributor Tchiki Davis has identified three ways to use imagination at work in order to have a more positive workday:
- Start your day by imagining the best possible day.
- Pause for an imagination break before new situations.
- End your day by thinking of a better tomorrow
Improve Team Cohesion in Your Workplace
Teams can’t attain their full potential unless their members work together. And because no two persons have the same temperament or views on everything, there’s always a chance that employees on the same team will be at odds with each other at least a few times. Click here to read more about improving your team’s cohesion in the workplace in order to create a more positive environment for all.
How to Resolve Workplace Conflicts
Conflict in a workplace can be beneficial to an organization’s success by providing diverse ideas and encouraging learning and development. However, some conflicts can inhibit productivity, performance, and workplace effectiveness by inducing a stressful and unhappy environment. Click here to read more about how to resolve conflicts in the workplace.
Removing Mental Health Misconceptions at Work
Misconceptions of what it means to have a mental illness in the workplace—including how it will affect their current roles, salary, job security, and workplace reputation—cause hesitation for employees and employers alike. Learn more about the common mental health misconceptions in the workplace, how they influence business and productivity, and how leaders can resolve misconceptions to create a positive work environment for employees.