July 22, 2022

Burnout: Fighting the Occupational Phenomenon

Burnout is a term we hear a lot nowadays. It’s classified by the World Health Organization as an occupational phenomenon and the direct result of “chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed.” It shows itself in a number of ways, from depleting energy and exhaustion surrounding your work to increased negativism or cynicism relating to your job. Given the events of the last two years, it’s surprising we don’t hear it more. Truth is: We’ve all experienced burnout.  […]
July 6, 2022

Employee Engagement is Out, Employee Thriving is In

The hybrid workplace is here to stay; we can’t deny it. Fall is rapidly approaching and 2023 waves to us on the horizon. But we are struggling to measure how well our employees are fairing during these changes. We often focus on employee engagement to ensure employees are meeting their goals, but an article from the Harvard Business Review has us rethinking this strategy.  Dawn Klinghoffer and Elizabeth McCune pose one vital question in their article, “Why Microsoft Measures Employee Thriving, […]
December 16, 2021

December 2021: Gratitude for 2021 | Ahead in 2022: Dan Pink!

Your support of Hooks Book Events in 2021 has enabled us to bring award-winning authors to local communities through Bridge Builder programs. A portion of our profits each year is devoted to producing these events and donating books to support educational programs. We are grateful to you and for our partnership with the Goodwill Excel Center. This year, we produced events and donated books from these stellar authors: Keli Hammond, Craved: The Secret Sauce to Building A Highly-Successful, Standout Brand […]