Work-life balance is about keeping a separation between your work and your play with proper prioritizing of your roles in each. This problem has become more prevalent and communication technologies have advanced. Now, even if you are not physically at work, your computer and cell phone put you in constant contact with work. Making it difficult to respect the boundaries between work and life/play/family. The work-life balance is personal and individual, no two are the same and there is no exact science between what is the right balance. What feels like too much work to you may feel like too much leisure to another. Symptoms of a Work-Life Imbalance Recognizing a work-life imbalance can be difficult. Our ability to justify and reason what we should be doing can cloud our judgment. But when work and life are out of balance problems will arise in your personal relationships and/or your physical and mental health.
Team building brings people together by encouraging collaboration and teamwork. Team building in the workplace is the process of creating a team that is cohesively working together towards a common goal. In order to create this cohesive team, each member must create bonds with one another. Fun activities that help people see each other in a different light allow them to connect in a different setting. People on your team are asked to think about the implications of these activities at their workplace.
Conflict resolution therapy is based on the premise that conflict lies at the heart of emotional distress. This conflict, which might occur internally, interpersonally, or externally (situation-based), may be the result of one or more core concerns—recurring issues often leading to conflict and emotional distress. Conflict resolution therapy applies its problem-solving approach to each type of conflict in order to reduce tension, improve well-being, and find solutions. It has been known to improve mental health issues related to anger, depression, and anxiety.
Communication skills training has gradually evolved from a treatment approach focused on reducing family conflict to a much broader array of therapies concerned with the resolution of human conflict in areas ranging from the home to business and institutional settings.
Leadership development refers to activities (formal or informal) that enhance the skills, abilities and qualities of leaders. Programmes that offer those type of activities have different price range and style of teaching, most common being coaching and mentoring.
Staff development includes all training and education undertaken by an employer to improve the occupational and personal knowledge, skills, and attitudes of employees. A process consisting of orientation, in-service education and continuing education for the people of promoting the development of personnel within any employment setting, consistent with the goals and responsibilities of the employment.
The happier your employees, the more successful your company.
Happy employees are more creative, innovative and dedicated than their unhappy counterparts. And, they’re more likely to stick around long-term. In Happy workplaces, employees have sense of safety and belonging, and are more productive, cooperative, empathic and show less sickness absenteeism, make lesser errors & mistakes.
Let's make work place a happy place !