Balance Integration’s lead account strategist, Marjorie Spitz Rento, will be co-leading a restorative weekend of activities dedicated to improving quality sleep, May 3 – May 6, 2018. Sleep is such an important factor in performance and focus, as well as stress and weight management. This dreamy weekend will feature a full lineup of physical, spiritual and emotional practices, including yoga, meditation,
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Listen to our founder’s amazing story on James Kelley’s “Real Conversations with Leaders” podcast and learn how Balance Integration evolved from providing corporate yoga solutions to becoming a full-scale cultural transformation company. *Tevis Trower is featured guest No. 2 (Ep 161) Balance Integration is a premier corporate wellness provider. We take tremendous pride in turning developing corporate cultures into thriving environments
We all have that friend who is top of the class when it comes to sending cards. You know the one … Their thank you cards are impossibly timely and achingly thoughtful. You’ve received multiple “just because” reminders that you’re simply the best, better than all the rest. After their every Hallmark kindness, you vow to be more like them
When it comes to attracting talent, a great offer and regular seat on the Fortune 500 list doesn’t always secure an organization’s winning bid. Companies like Twitter, Paypal, and even Google are shedding talent at alarmingly high rates. If you’re looking to make it down the altar with the talent of your choice, here are a few pitfalls to beware.
Often times, companies quite literally “throw money at the problem” in an attempt to keep their best workers happy. While handsome compensation for a job well done is deserved, most of the time, you can’t buy (employee) love, to put it lyrically. Especially in a millennial workforce. Millennials (who are between 22 and 36 years old in 2017) now make
“They say kids grow up fast, spend as much time with them as you can. But it’s not about having more time…”
This morning as I was putting my daughter down for a nap I decided to treat myself. She fell asleep as I was rocking her, something she rarely does anymore even though she is only six months old. When this perfect tiny being fell asleep in my arms I chose to hold her. I could have put her down in