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Could your ‘digital debt’ lead to burnout?

Burnout= the digital tax It’s well established that the wellbeing and psychological health of many workers and leaders dipped during the pandemic. Despite significant and ongoing corporate investments in wellbeing and mental health initiatives in recent years, it appears that our wellbeing continues to suffer and isn’t improving (especially for women who continue to report […]
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Why you need to work in digital dashes

Working online is mentally taxing. Yet I know many people sit at their laptops and work for 2-3 hours without a break. They only ever stop for a drink, snack or bathroom break (or all three if they’re lucky). Whilst it may be the norm for many knowledge workers, working for long stretches of time […]
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Phone Bans in Schools

Phone bans in schools is a hotly debated topic, with polarising opinions between some teachers, school leaders and parents. News that NSW public high schools will implement phone bans from late 2023 has reignited this debate once again.  Banning phones in schools has become an Australian and global trend, proving popular with many parents, teachers […]
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Tackle meeting bloat with a 4-day work week

Many organisations around the globe are considering or currently trailing a four-day work week. And with good reason. Global trials have provided data showing that four-day work weeks have been a resounding success for employees and employers. For example, the recent UK 6-month trial that involved 61 companies with approximately 2900 workers from June to […]
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Why YOUR Tech Habits Matter

For many years, adults have been quick to point the finger at kids and teens and declare that they’re ‘addicted’ to their digital devices and constantly distracted. Whilst very few of us would argue against the fact that many young people are spending inordinate amounts of time plugged in to devices (for both leisure and […]
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Bogged in Burnout?

If you ask someone at the moment how they are, they’ll typically respond with ‘exhausted’, ‘frazzled’ or ‘tired’ (or another synonym). As we approach the end of the year, many people are limping towards the finish line.  This is a common end-of-year response. However, people have been saying that they’re exhausted for months now (if […]
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