Category Archives: Helpful Tips

Is Stress the New Drug?

Ah, a relaxing night at home after a long day at work – running 75 mph at the office, putting out fires, deeming yourself a “Task Master.” Now would be the perfect opportunity to sit and think of absolutely nothing. Nothing? And then it hits… Continue reading

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Balance Yourself, Not Work and Life

Featured in the Huffingpost on February 19, 2012 I love my work. I mean I really LOVE my work. Do you? Are you creative and compelled to excel? Do you find happiness in relationships with your work-friends and colleagues? Do you … Continue reading

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Keeping Your Commitments to Yourself

So as 2012 began, I set the goal of exercising every day for 30 days straight. I called it my exercise “streak.” Today is Day #33. Continue reading

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Beyond the Pink: Wake-Up Calls and What I Learned from Cancer

Teleos co-founder, Fran Johnston, writes about her six year journey with cancer. What shocked her, what transformed her, and what has helped heal her. Continue reading

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Beyond the Pink: Wake-Up Calls and What I Learned from Cancer

When I see professional football players wearing pink cleats, gloves and ribbons in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I am impressed. I love that with the power of marketing and merchandising, millions of people now associate the color pink … Continue reading

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Exercise: My Breast Cancer Social Web

Where Do I Belong? The purpose of this exercise is to help you see the variety and number of relationships you have as it relates to breast cancer, to reflect on the characteristics of these relationships and consider if you … Continue reading

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Watch Teleos Webinar, “Coaching with Compassion, What the Neuropsychology Tells Us”

Focus on long-term development, not altering short-term performance. Coaching with compassion involves helping people bring more of their passions and aspirations to work.Take the time to teach and lead your employees. People are hard-wired to learn through relationships and by mirroring their mentors. Instead of expecting employees to change by reading or listening to information, take the time to teach and lead your employees through example. Continue reading

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A View from the Inside: How Teleos Makes Great Bread

Our relationships require our passion and attention. Organizations are lean, global and matrixed, with nowhere to hide from emails or text. Everyone is busy. The world we live in places demands on all of our relationships, with constant communication, and the stresses of a global uncertainty. When the stressors are not managed, relationships are often a casualty. Continue reading

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I Have Too Much On My Plate and I Don’t Mean Food! 9 Tips for Successful Delegation

How many times have you said that you have too much on your plate? Do you have too much to do and not enough time? Do you hold back from delegating because everyone is also busy? Continue reading

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Mindfulness: Pay Attention as if Your Life Really Matters

Mindfulness is the ability to pay attention, on purpose, in a non-judgmental and open way, as Kabat-Zinn (2005) states, “as if your life really mattered.” Mindfulness is about making contact with yourself and the world around you, including the people in it. Continue reading

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