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Since 1975, Cascade EAP has set the standard in Employee Assistance Program services. Our team approach sets us apart from other EAP service providers. More Info
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I Thought I Built a Great Culture, What Happened

As an executive coach and HR professional I work with leaders every day who experience wins and losses, sometimes minutes apart. They face failures big and small, and the most confident have learned to reframe those failures as learning – fail fast, fail well – and move on.

What Are You Waiting For? Procrastination: Why We Do It and How to Overcome the Tendency

We can define procrastination as the undesirable time gap between intention and action.

When Should You Invest in Management and Leadership Training

Like a beloved schoolteacher, the memory of a great boss can stay with you for a lifetime.

Why You Need an Eldercare Advisor

It's hard watching your loved one age. Suddenly it becomes clear that mom or dad can no longer live on their own, as their safety and well–being are at risk. As seniors are less able to stay home because of safety or security concerns, many families are caught in a position where they don't know which ...

Digital Detachment

On average, Americans spend more than half of their waking lives staring at a screen. This type of technology fixation has been linked to a number of negative health effects, both physical and emotional.

Mindfulness for Your Health

Mindfulness is a practice that starts small and works up to all day every day moments.

How to Manage the Unmanageable Workload

We love to blame technology for the fact that most people today work longer and harder than in the past. But if you compare work habits between the US and much of Europe, it's clear that we're making a very different choice about how we spend our time.

Changing Your Company’s Culture for a More Inclusive Tomorrow

It's not unusual for companies to invest in expensive diversity training events and seminars. It's also not unusual for these efforts to yield little results and sometimes negative backlash.

What New Managers Can - and Should - Learn Fast

Your first management job is a big deal, and a clear sign you're accomplishing something positive in your career. It's also the first time your job performance will be primarily dictated by the performance of others.

Managerial Courage

In our work with scores of companies participating in 360˚ leadership feedback we find that encouraging and accepting constructive criticism, giving consistently fair performance feedback, dealing effectively with performance problems and giving developmental performance feedback in a timely manner ...

The Healing Power of Forgiveness

If you've ever been harmed by someone you understand how difficult it can be to offer forgiveness. Forgiveness is a commitment, and the process may bring feelings and emotions to the surface.

Five Tips for Bringing Happiness into Your Life

According to Aristotle, happiness “is the meaning and the purpose of life, the whole aim and end of human existence.”

Ten Tips for Improving your Listening Skills

Being a good listener helps you connect with family, friends, and coworkers, and in turn, people in your life will feel respected, appreciated and more comfortable opening up to you.

Personal Development IS Career Development

Personal development is intensely important to one's professional path regardless of one's specific career goals.

5 Simple Ways to Practice Mindfulness

Mindfulness is a learned skill where we deliberately focus and pay attention to what is happening in the present moment without judgment or criticism.

Where Do You Get in Your Own Way?

By making small shifts in our behavior we are literally “bending our future” toward realizing more of our potential and being our best selves.

Don’t Let Anxiety Control Your Life

Anxiety is familiar to everyone due to the many stresses and complexities of modern life. But about 25 percent of U.S. adults have a serious problem with anxiety at some time in their lives.

Having a Difficult Conversation: How to Mediate Conflict Between Employees

It's not a fun part of being the boss. But you know that if you don't deal with it, it will only get worse.

Strategies for Building Resilience

Resilience is the ability to adapt well in the face of adversity, trauma, tragedy or significant stress. Resilient people don't dwell on failures; they acknowledge the situation, learn from their mistakes, and then move forward.

Five Common Mistakes Leaders Make When Onboarding New Hires

Adding employees can improve every aspect of your organization, from efficiency to morale. When you find the right person for the job, it's a win–win you'll celebrate for the life of their career with you.

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