Align your values with work


  1. Identify your core values and how they relate to your work.
    Reflect on what truly matters to you both in and out of the workplace. How do your personal values align with your current job? Are there aspects of your work that resonate deeply with your values or conflict with them? Identifying these can help you navigate your job with more purpose and satisfaction.
  2. Communicate openly with your manager on how you can better achieve a work-life balance.
    If balancing your job and personal life is challenging, discuss this openly with your boss. Explain how a better balance can improve your productivity and overall well-being. Such honest conversations can lead to practical changes that make your work and personal life more harmonious.
  3. Practice mindfulness at work.
    When you find yourself overwhelmed or stressed, take a moment to practice mindfulness. Acknowledge your feelings without judgment and remind yourself that it’s okay not to be perfect. This approach can reduce stress and increase your emotional resilience.
  4. Volunteer for projects that align with your interests and strengths.
    Look for opportunities to take on additional responsibilities that are more aligned with your interests or that allow you to utilize your strengths more fully. This can make your work more enjoyable and fulfilling, even if your current position isn’t your dream job.
  5. Foster positive relationships with colleagues.
    Make an effort to strengthen your relationships at work. A friendly chat, a shared lunch, or simply offering support can forge bonds that turn colleagues into allies. This network of support can make tough days easier and create a more enjoyable workplace for everyone.


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