At some point in our lives, stories became our enemy. We use them to avoid opportunities and undermine our success. When we re-write our internal narrative to one of empowerment, we can reframe our fears and assumptions to open ourselves up to possibility. Consider how you may be getting in your own way. And then move over.
Miranda Wilcox, PCCFollow
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As more professionals #returntowork, this guide helps #servantleaders make the most of this disruptive time–to emerge from the #COVID19crisis as quickly and successfully as possible.
Successfully transitioning you and your colleagues back to the office will be require #collaboration, nuance, and iteration. Ask for what you need to feel safe, be effective, and fulfill your other responsibilities.
Everyone has lost something in this crisis. For some, it’s been the worst things imaginable. Even if you're among the most fortunate, you've forgone something. Acknowledge it and give yourself some extra care.
#returntowork, #workfromhome, #quarantine
When we take time to be present, we can understand the world around us, identify the needs of others, connect with our own intuition, and create thoughtful solutions. And that’s how we get to a better place.
#returntowork, #quarantine, #mindfulness
One of the things we’ve learned recently is the value of connecting with others. How have you seen people bridge physical divides? What can you apply in the near future?
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