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Ryan Wands 0
Let’s Talk About Men’s Health

The summer months are approaching rapidly and that might mean it's time to reassess and cement plans for warmer days, travel, and barbecues. This might include optimizing lifestyle habits and even hormonal health.  Yes, that's right...hormonal health.  It's often openly discussed in women's health but over the last several years,

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Alyssa Grube 0
Our Most Human Superpower

With all that’s happened over the last two years, there has never been a greater need for inspiration, connectedness and learning. And for that, we need to look no further than our curious employees!   That’s the idea behind Big Ideas, our internal series of short, inspiring employee talks. Each year,

Analytics | Data for Good | SAS Events | Work & Life at SAS
Mimi Stapleton 0
Finding an effective way to drive change – by adding data

Six scholars from North Carolina A&T State University in technology– or STEM-focused majors helped foster the next generation of data-literate students while also donating to those in need. SAS recently facilitated a donation drive with students from the Wake County Young Men's Leadership Academy (WYMLA) in Raleigh, North Carolina and scholars from

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Rebecca Allen 0
Breath as Movement

INTRODUCTION  Have you ever thought of breathing as a type of movement or physical activity?  Consider this.  It’s the first movement we did when we were born.  And we all do it – an average of 14-16 times per minute.  It’s essential for every other aspect of living.  And it’s accessible to

Marketing | Work & Life at SAS
Jenn Chase 0
Want to make your marketing team more inclusive? Try this

The business case for diversity and inclusion is clear. Research has shown that diverse organizations are more profitable, more innovative and more desirable to employees. So how do we as marketers contribute to making our organizations inclusive? I believe that we must start by cultivating curiosity. Curiosity fuels diversity and inclusion Curiosity

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Lisa Allred 0
Languishing and Flourishing

Blog post originally published in 2015 What is the difference between people who languish and people who flourish?  People who flourish have at least 3 heartfelt positive emotional experiences for every heart-wrenching negative one.  This might seem like a hard balance to strike, but think of it like you would

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