Get Real

Get Real

Over the past few years, organizations are becoming more and more concerned about aligning individual and organizational values with how the business operates on a daily basis (Kinsler, 2014). One leadership approach that is currently being explored is Authentic Leadership. So, what does this mean and how do you develop it?

Do You Drive Angry?

Do You Drive Angry?

According to the U. S. Census Bureau, the average one-way commute time is 26.1 minutes. If you commute five days a week, that amounts to 4.35 hours a week or nearly nine days a year. Inevitably, this means that you are likely going to encounter a situation that provokes feelings of anger from time to time. So, what can you do about it?

Leadership: It's a Matter of Trust

Leadership: It's a Matter of Trust

I’m in the process of completing my research for my doctorate in organizational psychology. This research involves interviews with women executives in large U. S. organizations. As I begin to analyze these very honest, insightful interviews, one word keeps coming up — one word that is critical to being an effective leader.

The Emotion Nobody Wants To Talk About: Envy

The Emotion Nobody Wants To Talk About: Envy

There’s been a lot of discussion about the impact of social media and its potential for unwanted, negative effects. Many of these negative effects are derived from our feelings of envy. Yet, envy is not an emotion anyone wants to talk about. However, left unmanaged, envy can be harmful to individuals and to organizations. So, what are the implications and what can we do about it?

Gossip at Work

Gossip at Work

A recent study found that nearly 90% of workplace conversations fall under the category of gossip (Bassuk & Lew, 2016). This leads to many wide-ranging impacts in the workplace. So, is there a solution to mitigate some of the impact? Let’s take a look…

Speak Softly & Kindly (to Your Self)

Speak Softly & Kindly (to Your Self)

Up until recently, management consultants and experts in organizational behavior have advocated that strong and effective employees are stoic and silent regarding their own suffering (Reizer, 2019). But, new research is shedding light on the power of self-compassion in the workplace.

Gaining vs. Losing: A Weight Loss Mindset

Gaining vs. Losing: A Weight Loss Mindset

Hear from Sue Beranek, Levelhead’s Director of Communications, regarding powerful insights she’s “gained” from mindfulness practice while trying to “lose” a few pounds. Maybe there’s a helpful tip that will help you with something you’re trying to change, too.

Your Well-Being in a Tech-Saturated World

Your Well-Being in a Tech-Saturated World

Our digital world provides us with many advantages, such as the ability to stay connected with others, access to knowledge and education, and all sorts of entertainment options. However, as with many innovations that make our lives better, there are unintended consequences. So, how does our tech-saturated world impact our well-being?