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  Posted: July 31, 2012

Articles of Interest: Canadians working less?

Let it go: 4 wayts to leave stress at work.
By Amy Levin-Epstein

(CBS MoneyWatch) Having a work-life balance isn't just about flexible schedules and telecommuting. It's also about being able to mentally separate your work and personal lives. Whether you're coming home to a family, significant other or roommates, you're not going to be at your best -- or healthiest -- if workday stress follows you home at night. More than likely, you've already been listening to relaxing music on your commute, or reading a book. Here are four new ways to decompress:

  • Get our of your work clothes
  • Smile on purpose
  • Stretch it out
  • Change your scent suroundings

For the full article visit the CBS Interactive Inc. webiste.


  Posted: July 18, 2012

I came across this survey and thought it might be of interest to some readers.

Executive Coaching Here to Stay

According to the 2012 Sherpa Coaching Survey, Executive Coaching is on the rise. HR, training and business professionals believe in coaching. It’s about value. More than nine in ten professionals see the value of coaching as ‘high’ or ‘very high’. It is also about credibility. Over eighty percent see the credibility of coaching as ‘high’ or ‘very high’.

Last year, most coaches were optimistic about demand for their services. This year, clients are joining in their optimism. Seven out of ten executive coaches and those who hire them say demand is going up. Life and personal coaches are optimistic, as well. In our survey sample, every buyer of coaching services sees demand going up in the next year.


Articles of Interest: Canadians working less?

A study by Statistics Canada indicates that despite living in an increasingly chaotic world, Canadians are working less hours than in previous years. Bill Stevens is quoted in the article, as well as on talk radio giving some insight and explanation why this trend is likely to be occurring.
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