Newsletter 496: How to Be Healthy at Work









Improving Physical Health and Well-Being at Work
How to Be Healthy at Work



A healthy team is often an energetic, productive one. But how can you create an environment that supports your people’s physical well-being?

You can explore practical tools for encouraging healthier personal and organizational behaviors with our article, Improving Physical Health and Well-Being at Work.

If you’re wondering how to be more active during a busy working day, you’ll find tips in our article, Getting More Exercise. And, as a manager, find out how to boost your team’s well-being with our article, The JD-R Model.

Enjoy this newsletter!








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Improving Physical Health and Well-Being at Work

Improving Physical Health and Well-Being at Work

Discover the health and performance benefits of encouraging your people to get off their chairs!

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Getting More Exercise

Getting More Exercise

Find out how even a small amount of regular exercise can have a positive effect on your work and personal life.

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The JD-R Model

The JD-R Model

Use this model to improve your team’s well-being and engagement.

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Make Time for Success


Time Management Course Offer

Get our Make Time for Success course free when you join the Mind Tools Club by midnight, October 12!



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Subjective Well-Being



Subjective Well-Being

Explore these seven steps for creating your own state of happiness and fulfillment.

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Learned Optimism


Creating a Healthy Workplace


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A Final Note

Knowing the personal and professional advantages of a healthy lifestyle is one thing, but putting them into practice is another. Making small changes to your habits over time, however, can deliver big dividends!

Next week, you can find out how to fire up your people’s passion for their roles by creating meaningful job descriptions, and discover how to deliver your best work when the heat is on!

Have a great week!

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James Manktelow (CEO)

MindTools.com – Essential Skills for an Excellent Career!




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