We've all heard the news about the potential heart-health benefits of moderate alcohol consumption. It's no wonder such stories grab headlines. They're the nutritional equivalent of the classic media formula of "man bites dog." As for the rest of us, we celebrate by raising a glass to our health.
We were talking about the employers federation issue advisory on mental well-being at workplaces. On November 2020, the Managing Director of EGN Singapore, Nick Jonsson, had the privilege of speaking on the CNA, Singapore Tonight to discuss the issue.
It’s very easy to think that since your emotions are your own, that everybody else should butt out. I can’t say I blame you. After all, everybody's entitled to their emotional states. Everybody has this capacity.
There’s at least one thing that all successful people have in common: they have developed their mental strength. Whether it’s at work in an office or training for the Olympics, mental strength is necessary to deal with all the conflicts life throws at you. What exactly is mental strength?
If you are a decision maker in your company, you would most likely be carrying the weight of those decisions on your shoulders. As a leader, where do you go when you need to discuss a problem? Where do you find inspiration or a creative solution to complex challenges? How do you stay on top of innovations and new technology? How do you find the best talent for your organisation?
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