Dreams have been described as dress rehearsals for real life, opportunities to gratify wishes, and a form of nocturnal therapy. A new theory aims to make sense of it all.
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Ending the struggle for work-life balance
Gail Golden MBA, Ph.D.
Practical steps leaders can take to make workers feel seen and heard, even in a remote environment.
Running a race without a finish line can feel daunting. Having strategies to pace yourself will build up much needed mental endurance to keep moving.
Irritating coworker remind you of anyone? Spending a holiday season with your family can bring to light relationship dynamics that play out in the workplace, too.
Micromanaging is a form of bad managing. It's important to notice these tendencies and work to shed them for the good of the team.
Getting laid off feels terrible. I know — I've gone through it twice in my career. But what I found to be most important about being let go is how I responded afterward.
Times are stressful. One of my clients expressed new feelings of daily strain. We found out that the way he took breaks was negatively affecting his life.
Curating your life is a way to analyze what is and isn't important in life's exhibition. COVID-19 has given us pause to reevaluate what normal looks like.
The "joy of missing out" may be a great attitude for burned-out leaders to adopt.
The name of the world's top executive coach may surprise you. They aren't for hire and only a select few get to learn from their wisdom.
Gail Golden, MBA, Ph.D., helps business leaders and organizations hit peak performance by drawing on her unique cross-background perspective as a licensed psychologist and an MBA-holding entrepreneur.