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Just One Good Tip To Address Nonprofit Workload Stress

When I facilitate staff retreats or workshop on wellbeing in the workplace based on the Happy Healthy Nonprofit, we do some reflective exercises, including taking the nonprofit burnout assessment, identifying stress triggers and reactions before creating a self-care plan and addressing cultural norms..… Read More

Activating A Culture of Resilience in the Nonprofit Workplace

I’m excited to co-presenting a session at this year’s Nonprofit Technology Conference called “Activating A Culture of Resilience for Sustainable Impact,” with fellow NTEN board members, Ananda Leeke & Meico Whitlock as well as Carrie Rice.  This will be an interactive session and we’ll each be tackling a different aspect of resilience. … Read More

Burnout, Resilience and Nonprofits: The Latest Research, Trend, and Insights

My book, The Happy Healthy Nonprofit, was published a month before the presidential election. In the wake of some of the most stressful times for nonprofits and activists that I work with, many are seeking out ways to reduce burnout, practice self-care and build empathetic relationships and supportive policies in the workplace.Read More

Can Using iPhone Night Shift Avoid Disrupting Your Sleep?

Note from Beth:  I’ve been presenting workshops on technology wellness and other ideas from the Happy Healthy Nonprofit. One of the most important aspects of self-care is getting a good night’s sleep. The best way to do this is to stop using your mobile phone too close to bedtime or kick it out of your bedroom entirely

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Modern Wellbeing: Infographic from Kaleido Insights

This infographic is titled “Modern Wellbeing” was  created by Jeremiah Owyang and his business partner Jessica Groopman from Kaleido Insights. The infographic synthesizes an extensive research project to look at the intersection of health, wellbeing, and technology.

I first met Jeremiah in 2005 through the blogosphere and the early days of social media. … Read More