Behavioral Health

employee staying home with sick daughter
July 31, 2019
Six Strategies to Help Employees with Work-Life Balance

Work, sleep, and watch TV — those are the top three things that Americans do, based on insights from the American Time Use Survey, compiled by the U.S. Bureau of...

lonely employee sitting in empty meeting room
July 19, 2019
How to Improve Interpersonal Relationships in the Workplace

Nearly half of Americans feel lonely, with younger generations feeling particularly isolated, according to a new study by Cigna. The study utilized the best-known tool for measuring loneliness — the...

May 30, 2019
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion: The Impact on Human Flourishing

Diversity, equity, and inclusion is certainly a hot button issue in the world today, but what does is really mean when it comes to human flourishing and the workplace? At...

May 28, 2019
Are Your Employees Fine or Are They Flourishing?

In a competitive job market, employers must put an emphasis on investing in their employees to retain the best talent. An essential part of this effort should include supporting overall...

April 25, 2019
Human Performance Series Featured Path: Get Moving

You offer your employees in-depth coaching paths in all areas of Human Performance, but - are they working? We are sharing insights from the data behind our six-week coaching paths...

March 29, 2019
Highlights from Conference Board’s 2019 Employee Health Care Conference in San Diego

How do you create a cultural shift that drives individual performance along with organizational productivity and inclusion – all while being in one of the most unhealthy, diverse environments in...

September 6, 2018
8 Ways to Recognize and Respond to Behavioral Health Concerns in the Workplace  

Behavioral health conditions affect around 1 in 5 Americans in any given year, yet only 56% of people that face behavioral health challenges receive treatment, according to data provided by Mental...