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Category: pandemic advice

work from home

Want to work from home permanently? Think about how it will affect your career

Regular readers know that I am a great supporter of flexibility in the work environment, specifically when organizations and their leaders make it possible for employees to work from home, at least occasionally.  This kind of flexibility builds morale and

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compassion in the workplace

Go beyond empathy; compassion in the workplace is what really matters!

Alexandra Chisholm is a physical therapist, specializing in the care of complex burn survivors. She has a special interest and education in pain management, and is, in her words, passionate about the Science and Art of alleviating pain and suffering. 

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employee resiliency

Build employee resiliency by creating a supportive physical environment

If you’ve been following our video series this year on strategies to build employee resiliency in your team or organization, then you know that many of the strategies I have shared have focused on emotional and mental resilience.  But in

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resilient workplaces

For more resilient workplaces, check in frequently

It’s been a while since I posted a tip in our ongoing video series on how to deliberately build resilient workplaces.  So it’s time!  Today’s strategy is to check in frequently.  Let me explain what I mean. Check in frequently

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introverts

Introverts are ready to get back to in-person too!

If you had staff who were working virtually during the coronavirus pandemic, then you no doubt have heard the case for why so many of them want to continue to work from home, even if it’s just periodically.  The common

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mental resilience

Mental resilience comes when you create a psychologically safe environment

Can you believe we’re up to Strategy #14 in our ongoing series on helping your people build their physical and mental resilience?  In previous tips in this series, I’ve talked about different aspects of resilience, and today I want to

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