You’re probably familiar with the trope “sitting is the new smoking”. Everything is the new smoking if you do it too long and in positions that are not ergonomic. Sitting, standing, using devices, staring, emailing, collaborating, sleep deprivation, drinking and even smoking are the new smoking. The push for Wellness is a movement that’s here […]
Do you wish you could withdraw to a blanket-fort? Do you fantasize about switching an open-plan office for a cubicle-oasis of bliss? Do you feel like work-related criticism or bright lights seems to effect you more than your colleagues? If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, you may be a Highly Sensitive […]
Talk to enough people in the progressive and NGO sectors and you will find those who work more than they are paid for. There are a few ways this can manifest. Perhaps they don’t claim for the exact hours they work, don’t file for overtime, skip lunch breaks and holidays, or regularly gift their time […]
Self-care, what does it really mean and how can we practice self-care to benefit our work and personal lives.
Maya Crawley, Organisational Psychologist on career well-being.
Workplace bullying? Couldn’t happen to me, you say, I work at a ‘do good’ job! Surely there are no bullies here… right?
You’re miserable at work, but you can’t let them down. You want to quit your job, but you’ve poured your heart & soul into it. You’d love to make more money, but leaving seems selfish.
I know what you’re thinking, dear reader, you’re wondering why anyone would wear a uniform by choice. Fair enough, there’s a raft of complaints — ultra-conformity, creative repression, the death of the soul — that all feel very familiar to those of us who sported kilts, ties and knee-high socks in our fevered youth. Despite this gut reaction, spend […]
What if the secret to success was in giving? A book review of The Go-Giver.
So, you’ve found your mission, submitted an excellent CV and nailed the job interview? Congratulations! You’re starting your ‘do good’ dream job. You’re thrilled and nervous. Who wouldn’t be? New jobs offer equal measures of terror and delight (like being attacked by zombies while having dinner with Michelle Rodriguez and Benedict Cumberbatch). That’s why […]
“Most people don’t grow up. Most people age. They find parking spaces, honour their credit cards, get married, have children, and call that maturity. What that is, is ageing.” – Maya Angelou You’re arrived at a career crossroads. You know the road you’re on like the back of your hand, but it’s also asphalt, […]
What would a Myers-Briggs-informed work-life look like? According to the authors of Do What You are, Myers-Briggs can tell us much more than merely which Harry Potter character we would be. Knowing our personality type can help us find our mission, look for jobs, and even work more productively. Do Good Jobs blogger and INFP […]
by Sandy Mamoli from Kanbanfor1 Do you have too much to do? Do you constantly get interrupted? Are you focusing on the urgent rather than the important stuff? Are you juggling so many things that it sometimes feels you don’t get much done? If so, you’re not alone! Multi-tasking slows you down What keeps you […]
You know you want to make a difference in the world right? But how? There are so many different ways to make a difference. You might be leaving high school and trying to decide what to do next, or you could be well into your working life and suddenly realise you aren’t being fulfilled. Either […]