Cascade Centers Live Well Blog

Manage Up Like a Pro

Manage Up Like a Pro Everyone wants a good relationship with their manager, but no one wants to feel like the teacher’s pet. Throughout your career, you’ll work for many managers with different styles, preferences, and personalities. I had seven different managers at one company, ...Read More

Strategies to Fight Procrastination

Are you a self-proclaimed procrastinator looking to reverse the cycle of waiting until the last minute to get things done? It’s good that you’re reading this article then. There’s nothing worse than knowing you are struggling but not knowing how to resolve ...Read More

Designing a More Human Workplace

Designing a more human workplace As humans, creating connections and building relationships is wired into our DNA. The companies encouraging this in the workplace are the ones that retain the best talent and rise to the top. So what can we do in the workplace to foster the things ...Read More

Introducing Equity into The Workplace

The opportunities afforded by an equitable workplace motivate employees to achieve, setting the stage for a dynamic, motivated company culture. It’s no wonder why companies are chomping at the bit to roll out their equity programs, and employees are hungry for ...Read More

15 Ways to Feel Good

With some simple strategies, you can hardwire more happiness, love and wisdom into your brain, and thus your life: 1. Know That You Can Change Your Brain for the Better In order to learn, we have to change something in the nervous system, especially ...Read More

5 Ways to Give your Team an Energy Boost

5 Ways to Give your Team an Energy Boost As we power through our day-to-day work, we can sometimes lose steam in the monotony or intensity of tasks. Even when teams are succeeding, it’s nice to reward people with a little something extra. As leaders, it’s important to remember to recognize our teams, ...Read More

Just One Thing: Say Thanks

Why? What do you feel when someone thanks you for something? For a comment in a meeting, a task done at home, an extra step taken, an encouraging word. You probably feel seen, appreciated, that you matter to the other person. Maybe a little ...Read More

Taming our Cynicism

Taming Our Cynicism The United States and much of the world’s population continue to experience natural and human influenced stressors. These stressful events have caused whole communities to suffer physically and emotionally. While we are watching the world around us move with such ...Read More

National Stroke Awareness

May is National Stroke Awareness Month In honor of National Stroke Awareness Month (May), Assisted Living Locators, your EAP Eldercare resource, wants to encourage you to share information and awareness about this important health-related issue. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, ...Read More

The Trip from Self to Less

Meditation As a meditation professional and passionate advocate of the practice, I am forever asking myself and students: Who Am I, Who Am I, Who Am I? This central question to most meditation lineages is one that is meant to evoke curiosity til the end of life and ...Read More
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