healthy, wealthy & wise at work: tips for building your emotional wealth

31/08/2016 10:13:25

In addition to financial security, our most enduring wealth is still to be found in our emotional and spiritual health. It is evident that high levels of emotional capital lead to increased productivity, and as many studies show, happy people are more creative, solve problems better and more quickly, live longer and enjoy high levels of leadership influence. In other words, when people feel better they perform better.
  
Martyn Newman, author of “Emotional Capitalists - The New Leaders” and consulting psychologist to specialist recruitment & HR services company, Randstad, have compiled seven key strategies to help us sustain greater health, wealth and wisdom at work.

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