Probably not a surprise to anyone doing back-to-back meetings of late, research has proved your brain needs breaks.
This research overseen by Microsoft’s Human Factors Engineering group is well worth the read. Still, if you don’t have time to take a break and read it, the main takeaway is that breaks are essential to make the transitions between meetings less stressful for employees. It doesn’t take much, even five minutes, for them to reset. Continue reading Science Says Your Brain Needs Breaks… To Nobody’s Surprise
Stress—we all have it—and the pandemic has not done anything to help, but it’s what we do with it that will determine if it becomes fuel or foe. Did you know that April is National Stress Awareness Month? It is the perfect month for it, as spring has begun and nature is rejuvenating; there’s no better time to take a moment to check in with yourself. By now, you are aware that LinkedIn Learning (LiL) has thousands of videos to help with your professional development. Well, they also have videos and courses to help with your personal development. In honor of National Stress Awareness month, let us raise your awareness of these options available. Continue reading Learn Ways to Get Your Stress Under Control with LinkedIn Learning
Many student leaders across the nation, including our own Student Advisory Board, have voiced concerns regarding how challenging these past and current semesters have been from a mental health perspective. Students are not alone, as both faculty, staff, and health professionals have discussed these same concerns during this pandemic. The Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE) recently produced an infographic on ten pedagogical tips to reduce student anxiety. Continue reading CTE Infographic Provides Tips To Reduce Student Anxiety