Link: Your ‘Surge Capacity’ Is Depleted — It’s Why You Feel Awful – Title of this article sounds a little downer, but it’s actually full of good information and quite a comfort. It makes a good connection between the pandemic and ambiguous … Continue reading →
Link: Resilient people find a path forward – Resilience and flexibility might be the key virtues for the present times….modeling these for colleagues, friends and family can be a powerful positive influence for the good.
Link: Overcome generational stereotypes to boost organizational performance – What the research says…not what “everyone is saying…”
Link: How to Stop Asking, “How are You?” and Create Real Conversation – Short. Sweet. Sensible.
Link: 6 Impactful Steps Companies Can Take to Fight Racial Injustice and Foster Inclusion at Work – Making support for diversity and a respectful workplace actionable.
Link: The ‘Batman Effect’: How having an alter ego empowers you – Important research, especially during this trying time, can help both adults and children feel more at ease and improve work performance. Spread the word!
Link: 5 areas that can make or break new leaders – If you recently received a promotion or are striving for one, this may be useful to you.
Link: 89% of People Think Happiness Can Be Controlled – And They Are Much Happier For It – Can you be an agent for happiness in your work group? Considering the well researched connections between believing that I have some … Continue reading →
Most of us have a lot of sympathy right now for teachers and are more mindful than ever to be grateful for how they share their gifts with the community. These marvelous reminders from teachers or something that we could … Continue reading →