The lifestyle and habits of millions of people in the UK and around the world have dramatically changed in the past decade, and caused changes in the way we work. For example, poor concentration at work is a very common issue. It is often associated with screen watching and social media. It’s been researched that overuse of gadgets may also negatively affect our memory, ability to focus and even cause anxiety.
Resourceful state, in contrast, is when we are energised yet calm and balanced, eager to learn and develop, but also tend to rest on time. We usually feel more positive and stable mood-wise. We indeed have a higher level of concentration and focus. Resourceful state of mind is when we have more ideas and inspiration to experience new things in life!
In our agency, we make sure that everyone is feeling well, and supported. Last year we have moved to another office that is bigger and lighter. It has an access to fresh air and bubbly Covent Garden atmosphere is delightful. Our colleagues reported that it positively affects their mood and energy level. We’ve got a flexible approach to arranging time off work and open to feedback in order to improve work-life balance and work design. We often have casual chats about resourceful state of mind and well-being with our in-house organisational psychologist.
So, in order to come closer to resourceful state, try the following:
These little activities, if performed regularly, will become your new healthy habits and provide support in busy life. They will contribute to better concentration and overall well-being. Stay healthy and productive for your own benefit, and for the benefit of the company you work at!
Subscribe to e-mail notifications about new vacancies!