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August 15

Turn Company Wellness into Healthy PR

Did you know your company wellness program can be just as healthy for recruiting new clients and talent? Here’s how to plan a wellness event that also builds brand awareness and your company’s reputation as a great place to work.

Hacks to beat distraction

August 8

Teamwork Skills that Get You Promoted

You may often operate as a department of one, but teamwork is a highly effective way to deliver work that gets you noticed. Whether keen to make a name for yourself, or mid-career and looking to build on soft skills, here are your best areas of focus.

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August 1

Is Deep Work Even Possible in a Modern Office?

Your brain is the money maker. But every day, said brain is bombarded with messages, notifications, and IRL interruptions that make deep work difficult. Cal Newport, Georgetown University professor and bestselling author of Deep Work, is on a mission to reset workplace culture.