Navigating Change: How to Craft Your Own Experience

If there’s one thing that we have learned in the past few years, it’s that change is inevitable. 

As our workplaces evolve and adapt to respond to the new environment that we are operating in, the rate of change can be overwhelming. With many businesses testing hybrid work arrangements, new work rituals and technology rollouts, change is being imposed on us at a rate we have never experienced before. Both at work and at home. 

That is why we were thrilled to have Dr Meg Hooper join us in the Work Life Lounge, taking us through how we can take control to navigate change, especially in the work environment. As a registered psychologist with a PhD in Organisational Psychology, Dr Meg highlights the extensive change that is happening to us and what we can do to manage our own emotions and experience of change. Let’s get started.


How do you want to experience work?

The first question Dr Meg posed is how and what do we want work to look...

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5 Steps to Dissolving Overwhelm

Despite our best efforts, none of us are immune to the feeling overwhelm... myself included!  

With the start of another year, I felt that black cloud closing in as I navigated the first week back at work, juggling the many demands of work and life on my time.  

Fortunately, over time, I have established a well prepared toolkit to help me dissolve its effects when this feeling starts to creep in.  

My word this year is SPACIOUS.  The intention of this is that I intend to live a spacious and expansive life.  One that enables me to prioritise my own health and wellbeing.  I've found that sticking to these 5 things on a weekly basis has also helped to manage the inevitable feeling of overwhelm and feel more in control of my days and my time.   So much so that I have scheduled Slow Mornings in my diary, twice a week. 



A growing body of research and even a new stream of science called ...

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