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Evidence based? Look closely!

  Evidence-based along with science-based are terms that get thrown around consistently in the health and wellness field. I like to equate this phenomenon with the term “healthy” which has become something very opaque and grossly open to interpretation.   For example, in nutrition, large corporations such as General Mills, and Coca-Cola have lots of

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Election and Wellness Fatigue!

    Voter Fatigue occurs when:   Voters get tired of heading to the polls and voting Lack of trust in any of the candidates that are running Lack of trust in how the system is being run Lack of convenience when casting a vote (physical reasons, work reasons) Lack of interest in any of

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Leadership on the Rails

    In a recent issue of the New Yorker Magazine author Josh Rothman talks about the dangers of the “lionization of leaders.” Or in his words;   “The glorification of leadership makes existing leaders seem disappointing by comparison, leading to an ever more desperate search for “real” leaders to replace them.”   Rothman discusses

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Fit for duty: Women in Leadership

  I recently read Cindy Gallop’s piece on ageism in the workplace and light bulbs went off in relation to worksite wellness. Not from an age discrimination perspective, but as concerns our definition of fit and subsequent role of women in leadership.   What does it mean to be a fit female leader today?  

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