The challenge of “unbusying” is harder than ever for some now. Here are some ideas to combat feeling like you don’t have enough time in the day.
Posts Tagged: COVID-19
With the COVID-19 pandemic forcing many office workers to telework, it’s time to explain virtual meeting rules of engagement, along with a few helpful tips.
Here are four tips for public sector leaders who find themselves restricted to remote communication with their project teams during this outbreak.
Sometimes challenging circumstances are the exact thing we need to reflect and refocus. Rather than being stuck in thoughts and feelings that are not helpful, leverage them to clearly map directions and next steps.
During times of crisis, employees need an environment where it is not only OK — but regularly communicated and demonstrated — that they can ask for help.
In the midst of a global health pandemic, we are seeing many good and some “not-so-good” leadership examples in business, government, and communities. Consider the Five “Y’s.” Ask yourself, who is worthy of your assessed designation as a leader?
Today, our primary concern should be for the people we lead. We must be intentional about placing our employees’ welfare front and center in our minds.
What can we do to help our employees, families, and friends to help them cope during this pandemic?
It’s more important than ever to make sure presentations are accessible—allowing all participants, particularly people with disabilities, to effectively engage with the content being delivered. For that reason, I’m equipping you with seven steps and resources to help you create accessible presentations.
The rapid, forced shift to remote onboarding is going to stretch even the most forward-leaning and resilient organizations. But, with a few simple practices and the right attitude, you can capture the opportunity to radically reinvent the way you bring new people on to the job.