Monday, June 10, 2019

How workplace flexibility can help save your sanity (and your bottom line)

Woman sitting typing on laptop

There’s long been a notion that toiling for hours and hours in the office is the hallmark of a good worker.

But it’s becoming clear that working smarter trumps working harder in all sorts of ways, and flexibility is key.

Wednesday, May 1, 2019

Orillians satisfied with environment, but not so much with government: survey

Bryan Smale speaking at conference

Community Wellbeing Survey highlights shared with community; Data 'will help us to create programs and collaborations that will benefit the community'

By: Nathan Taylor

Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Chigamik Community Health Centre selected as health link partner

doctor sitting with stethoscope

MIDLAND - Chigamik Community Health Centre has been selected by the Rural Ontario Institute as one of only three community demonstration projects across Ontario aimed at better understanding and improving community vitality and wellbeing, as part of their North Simcoe Community Health Link.

Monday, January 28, 2019

Feeling isolated? You can now be prescribed a trip to the museum

Front image of museum building

In 2013, British researchers found museums can:

  • reduce social isolation by providing positive experiences;
  • provide calming experiences, leading to decreased anxiety;
  • bolster self-esteem and a sense of identity;
  • support communication between families, caregivers and health professionals.
Tuesday, June 26, 2018

A better way than dollars and cents to measure success

Currency

A better way than dollars and cents to measure success

By Nancy Watson

Published by The Chronicle Herald 

June 26, 2018 

Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Finding a way to play to our strengths

Chief engagement officer with Engage Nova Scotia talks at meeting

DeMONT: Finding a way to play to our strengths 

By John Demont

Originally appeared in The Chronicle Herald

Published June 26, 2018

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