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An Ergonomics Approach to Improving Wellbeing and Productivity at Work

By Stephen Bowden – Chartered Ergonomist

Stephen Bowden Chartered Ergonomist

After reading the title of this blog post you may be asking yourself, ‘What has Ergonomics go to do with Wellbeing?’ This question may be followed by ‘What is Ergonomics?’, but maybe the most important question should be ‘How does Ergonomics improve Productivity?’

In a globalised economy with ever more competitive business environments, organisations need to find the edge to improve productivity. In this context, this blog post looks at the relationship between ergonomics, wellbeing and productivity.

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The Belief System

By Kevin Tobin

Our belief system is the psychological structure by which we make sense of the world. From the moment we are born we are taking in information about ourselves and the world we are born into. This clearly develops into an organised psychological cognitive system that contains information about ourselves, other people, the world, and the future and helps gives us a sense of predictability about our world and our self in it.

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Mindfulness, stress management and the benefits in the workplace

By Kevin Tobin

One of the big trends in cognitive psychology at the moment is ‘mindfulness based cognitive therapy’. This is based on the practice of mindfulness meditation as practiced by Buddhists over thousands of years. It can seem that this is or would be a really soft side of what might be in your toolkit for the management of stress.

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Agile Working

by Ann McCracken

I recently took my dogs on an Agility course and it was inspiring! We learned to work together to achieve outcomes we have hardly imagined, we both had to work harder than we have ever done, we did things we have never done before and we want to do again!!

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