David Wray

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What does resiliency mean? Resiliency is defined by the Oxford Dictionary as: “the ability to withstand or recover quickly from difficult situations.” Its 17th-century origin is from the Latin verb resilire, or “to leap back” or “to recoil.”  Resilience is both an emotional… Continue Reading…

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Workplace Bullying  Workplace bullying is defined by Morten Birkeland Nielsen in his 2018 study as:  …situations where an employee repeatedly and over a prolonged time period is exposed to harassing behavior from one or more colleagues (including subordinates and leaders) and where the… Continue Reading…

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Why would you need to escape your own head? Many of us get stuck in our minds, some more than others but does that mean you need to escape your own head? It’s liberating to ponder life and self-reflect, however,… Continue Reading…

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Are you one of the millions feeling guilty about not using the time during the pandemic to develop a skill? Identifying everyday purpose is the antidote, see how the best do it!

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What is the difference between an ally and an advocate? The terms ally or advocate are likely most familiar to you in the context of politics or equality. Let’s start with a clear definition. Merriam-Webster describes an ally as: A… Continue Reading…

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