Four Ways Leaders Are Getting Workplace Wellbeing Wrong

Your weekly roundup :: June 21 – 25

As you head into your weekend, here are a few articles from the past week we thought you might enjoy.

Did you miss last night’s webinar? Watch the recording here!

If you missed last night’s Candid Conversations webinar discussing unexpected pivots (we’ve all experienced some of those in the past few months, right?), you can watch the recording here. Stay tuned for more Candid Conversations in the future!

How to Process Your Brain’s Default Reactions to Feedback

Diane Paddison lists three mental triggers you may encounter when receiving feedback and how you can use those triggers to retrain how your brain reacts to feedback.

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Listen to Season 3: Episode 12 now!

Patricia Asp, 4word Board Member and founder of ASPire, shares why she’s so passionate about helping companies embrace more inclusive values, and how she hopes ASPire will help hardwire company culture for sustainability.

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What Leaders Get Wrong About Workplace Wellbeing

Sally Percy with Forbes lists four ways in which today’s leaders are getting workplace wellbeing wrong.

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How making the right work friends can improve your work life

Arianne Cohen with Sun Port Charlotte encourages all of us to to assess our work relationships and how they might help or hurt our careers — and emotional well-being.

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Time Doesn’t Heal All Wounds

Debra Fileta with True Love Dates explains why the “time heals all wounds” saying is distracting from the real way to get past deep hurts.

Catch the latest Mentoring Monday show!

Listen to the latest episode of the Mentoring Monday radio show, featuring Marion Medina, 4word’s new Director of Programs.

4word: Community Group Events

Many of our Community Groups continue to host virtual meetings in 2021. If you are not connected yet, please join one! See the complete list of virtual meetings by clicking HERE.

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