Category Archive: Health

Think!

by

Too often everyday life becomes rote, and we settle into a practiced way of doing things, rather than a considered way. But great leaders are also known as thinkers. Great achievers are great… Continue reading

Dealing with Difficult People

by

Let’s face it, people can often be difficult. They can be uncooperative, lazy, obstructive and downright irrational. It’s the manager’s job to deal with all that, and more. It takes a lot of… Continue reading

Get Your Team De-Stressed

by

Work is getting more demanding and complex, and because many of us now work in 24/7 environments, anxiety and burnout are not uncommon. Investing in your team’s personal growth and development is the… Continue reading

Oprah Takes on Banting

by

In a Twitter post two days ago, Oprah Winfrey declared her passion for bread, and posted a video explaining how she could eat bread ‘every day’ and still lose 26 pounds (about 12kg).… Continue reading

The Thief of Time

by

For most business people, be they bosses or employees, life is busy. Time management, we have been led to believe, is the solution to our busyness: if we could organize our time better,… Continue reading

But Sometimes Say “Yes”

by

Yesterday I linked to Adam Grant’s post about finding ways to say “No”. But of course there is a flip-side. Sometimes it’s good to say yes — in fact, it’s essential, according to… Continue reading

Groote Schuur’s Innovation Hub Makeover

by

Cape Town’s Haldane Martin and his team have created a workspace for Groote Schuur Hospital’s Innovation Hub, where members can meet, brainstorm or sit quietly to get work done. The Innovation Hub has… Continue reading

Why We Fail at Creating New Habits

by

We’re a week into the new year, and if you’re sticking with your New Year’s resolutions, well done. But of course, life is about constant improvement, and the brain is a slippery customer… Continue reading

Don’t Google It!

by

Check out this campaign from DDB Brussels, commissioned by the Flemish government, to prevent misdiagnosis and persuade people to use reliable sources for health information. Using Google AdWords, the campaign helped to redirect… Continue reading

How Facebook Combats Cyberbullying

by

On the internet, they say, no-one knows you’re a dog. And some dogs can be pretty vicious. With the anonymity of a computer screen, some people find it far too easy to fire… Continue reading