The average employed U.S. citizen aged 25 to 54 spends about 8.9 hours working and only 2.5 hours doing leisure and sports activities per day. For most people, that’s almost nine hours at an office stocked with sodas, vending machines, and the daily grind that could lead even the most health conscious individuals to reach […]
Reaching Health Goals and So Much More! Javan Berry’s Experience. As we approach the fourth month of 2016, finishing up one-third of the year, many of us are likely reflecting on our New Year’s resolutions. While some of us are gleefully enjoying the changes we’ve made in our lives, others may be struggling to get […]
Diversity Week – Women in Business Mentoring Luncheon In honor of Diversity Week held by Mphasis, Digital Risk’s parent company, and the International Women’s Day on March 8th, Digital Risk hosted a companywide “Women in Business Mentoring Luncheon” on Thursday, March 10th. This is the third annual women’s luncheon hosted by Digital Risk, which aims […]
On November 11th, Digital Risk hosted its third P4 Mentor Program graduation! During the ceremony, nine Mentors and nine Mentees, one Mentee even participating remotely via Skype, showed what they learned throughout their experience in the program. Several takeaways from the graduation: We must all take time each day to ‘stop, think and reflect’ on […]
Did you know that Americans spend 10.3 years working during their lifetime? And 9.1 years watching television, 4.3 years driving a car, 1.1 years cleaning, 2.5 years cooking…. Regardless of the rest of the statistics, we can all agree that 10.3 years is a long time!
This past week, Digital Risk’s P4 Mentor Program Mentors and Mentees rolled up their sleeves and put on their baking gloves for the program’s community service project at the Ronald McDonald House! As part of the P4 (Preparing Protégés through Professional Partnerships) Mentor Program, mentees complete one community service project for a cause of their […]
Have you ever met a “servant leader”? Would you know if you have? Although the phrase ‘servant leadership’ has been around since Robert K. Greenleaf’s 1970 “The Servant as Leader” essay, the topic regained popularity with the essay’s 25th anniversary edition. Fast forward to today, and you will find that one servant leadership enthusiast in […]