Research shows that the most effective way to influence our happiness is to work on our relationships with others — and that includes colleagues in the workplace. We might think we are a good co-worker, but how do we really know?
We all know how it feels to not be able to get to sleep or to wake in the night unable to drop off again. But what happens when poor sleep becomes a persistent problem — and how can we prime ourselves to sleep better?
It may be the promotion you’ve been dreaming of, but a transition from specialising in one area of the business to managing multiple functions is a big (and often daunting) step up. In the first of a seven-part series, we’ll show you how to rise to the challenge…
Achieving goals, however modest they may be, is a central tenet of happiness and success — and when those goals are chosen and set by you, they generate a sense of intention and purpose that allows you to move your life forwards in positive and powerful ways.
‘My GP thought that I was a hypochondriac and I even got to the point of wondering whether I was making it all up’ — in this month’s Incognito, we hear about one woman’s struggle to get diagnosed with ME, and then continue her career and fulfil her ambitions against challenging physical odds.