Have I made a difference? Have I left my mark? Here are found five powerful lessons I found, as I moved through that reflective thought process.
Posts Tagged: loss
Losing a loved one can leave you overwhelmed with grief. Expressing that loss in the workplace may seem to be next to impossible. Understanding that grief is a normal behavior can help make the grieving process a bit easier to bear and help the bereaved find their way through the pain.
As humans, we tend to have a really BIG aversion to loss. We’re afraid of missing out on a deal. We’re afraid that the children will starve without our help. We are more attuned to avoiding a loss than the joy we may get from seeing a gain or positive experience. The people who ‘market’… Read more »
In a 24/7 world that’s forever reorganizing, upgrading, and streamlining, employees and organizations are caught up in a cycle of change, loss of control, and uncertainty that may challenge mission and morale…but change and crisis also generate heightened energy, focus, and opportunity. However, many are not prepared to “let go and launch” because they are… Read more »
[If you do not wish to receive my free writings, email [email protected]] Agenda: 1) Link to an Internet Radio Interview with the Stress Doc Click here: The Stress Doc Mark Gorkin MSW LICSW 03/09 by H2O Netwo | Blog Talk Radio or http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theh2onetwork/2012/03/10/the-stress-doc-mark-gorkin-msw-licsw and 2) New essay: Burn-in, Burnout, and Workplace Griefbusting: Part I Discovering… Read more »
My Grief Intervention work continues. I believe there is much to learn being with people whose world has been tragically turned upside down. I hope I have done justice to their pain and plight. Of course, if I can help you deal with personal or organizational loss, through on-site grief intervention, workshops, or retreats on… Read more »
Hi, Here’s a Workplace Griefbusting program I’ve just developed, a spinoff from the original essay – Transforming Workplace Ghost Carriers into Grief Warriors and Healing Guides: Strengthening Employee Health and Productivity through Workplace Griefbusting http://www-stressdoc-com.blogspot.com/ The essay and program were partly inspired by recent Critical Incident-Grief Intervention Consulting after a popular employee died in a… Read more »
[If you do not wish to receive my free mailings, email [email protected] ] Hi, Here’s a Workplace Griefbusting program I’ve just developed, a spinoff from the original essay – Transforming Workplace Ghost Carriers into Grief Warriors and Healing Guides: Strengthening Employee Health and Productivity through Workplace Griefbusting http://www-stressdoc-com.blogspot.com/ The essay and program were partly inspired… Read more »
Once again I’m reminded of how lingering grief sits heavy on many people’s minds and bodies, hearts and souls; and yet this hulking ghost is often barely recognized in a “TNT” – “Time, Numbers, & Technology” – driven and distracted world. Actually, this psychic specter has the potential to both trigger volatility and be emotionally… Read more »
On November 4, 2010, U.S. President Barack Obama signed a new Executive Order to establish a uniform policy for the government treatment of “Controlled Unclassified Information” (CUI). This framework standardizes practices around the sharing of Controlled Unclassified Information, with the goal of improving the sharing of information within the executive departments of the U.S. Federal… Read more »