Let’s Talk About Mental Health: An Interview With Erica Reed, LCSW-C

At the beginning of this month, I introduced a blog series called "Let's Talk About Mental Health." Through the interviews and stories shared, we explored mental illnesses such as Anxiety and Depression, the various stigmas associated with them, ways to manage our mental health in the workplace, and ways to support people living with those … Continue reading Let’s Talk About Mental Health: An Interview With Erica Reed, LCSW-C

How to Set Employees up for Success During Onboarding

Source: AdobeStock I always look forward to the weekends because those are times for me to catch up with friends and family. During most weekends, there is often a planned or unplanned phone conversation that occurs, which could last for a couple of hours. Sometimes, those conversations touch on HR-related subjects, especially if we discuss … Continue reading How to Set Employees up for Success During Onboarding

Expressing the Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace

© Wayhome Studio/Adobe Stock In recognition of Valentine’s Day, a group of employees engaged in an exercise around love languages. The task was for them to identify and discuss their love languages among themselves. The goal was for each person to have a better understanding of how they like to show or receive love in … Continue reading Expressing the Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace

Overcoming Reality Shock in the Workplace

I have learned that different psychological phases come with starting a new job. Let’s use this scenario: You followed the activities of Company X for years and wished to be part of such a great organization. Finally, an opportunity emerged, and you wasted no time in pursuing it. You got called for an interview, and … Continue reading Overcoming Reality Shock in the Workplace