Has anything shifted for you with respect to relationships in the past few months? Besides the video chat or meeting burnout, is your social battery drained or is it fully charged?
Because our lives are so very different right now and I know that some of you are struggling, I though it might be a good time to go back to basics. If you’re not challenged with life these days, that’s great but it’s still a very worthwhile exercise to evaluate where you’re at on your Wheel of Life.
Your people aren’t all one size thus your approach can’t be a one-size fits all either.
Having challenges with disconnecting from your work life at home and successfully reconnecting with your personal life at home? Our “Shifting Your Mind Set on Your Virtual Commute Home” worksheet may help you find what works for you.
Resilience is a popular topic these days, yet what does it involve? In this Ted Talk, Susan David, PhD., makes some excellent points and really brings home the connection between resilience and emotional intelligence.
Engaging your teams is not a one-size-fits all activity. Each of your team members is unique. Each of your team members likely has different needs and, in particular during COVID-19, different stressors. The stressors may be ones’ health, financial security, parenting children who are now home, senior loved ones who may be in long-term care, not to mention the uncertainty of what the coming weeks and months will bring. Routines are now topsy turvy yet for many, work goes on and expectations need to be met.