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“I Finally Got to Meet My Team”
Navigating the Push & Pull of "Normal"
In this discussion, John Borthwick and Sarah Stewart share their experiences of navigating a return to "in-person" and their 1% commitment towards better well-being.
Communication Expectations for Remote Teams
Strategies to Reduce Information Overload
In this article, Françoise Mathieu shares four tips to manage communication expectations for remote workplaces.
Hear Me, Protect Me, Support Me
Feeling Supported At Work
What are the necessary elements to feeling supported at work? In this discussion, Françoise Mathieu and Diana Tikasz share recommendations to counteract workplace cynicism and disengagement
The Burnout Challenge
Managing People’s Relationships with Their Jobs
In this book, Christina Maslach and Michael P. Leiter provide useful tools for identifying the signs of employee burnout and offer practical, evidence-driven guidance on implementing meaningful change.
The “Great Resignation”
Strategies to Process Loss In the Shifting Landscape of Work
Headlines have been dominated with stories about staffing shortages in healthcare and many other professions. In this discussion, Françoise Mathieu and Diana Tikasz discuss the shifting landscape of work and processing the grief of what was lost during the pandemic.
We Need to Talk
Why There Can Be No “Future Forward” Until We’ve Done the Work
We need conversations and time to process the many ways in which the pandemic has impacted us. Only then can we move forward.
Repair in the Workplace
Moving Away from Blaming and Shaming
Staff shortages, exhausted people, and unaddressed conflict are just a few of the complex challenges facing organizations. In this discussion, Françoise Mathieu, Diana TIkasz, and Dr. Jennifer Russel explore the importance of repair work and why it needs to happen before workplaces can move forward.
“You Don’t Have to Be the Boss to Be a Leader”
A Discussion on Psychological Safety
This panel discussion explores the concept of psychological safety with an emphasis on the unique challenges faced by middle managers in the reopening workplace.
“Feeling Stressed? Here’s Our EAP Flyer!”
Navigating the Pros and Cons of Employee Assistance Programs
Employee Assistance Programs – does your organization have one? Have you used it? In this discussion, Françoise Mathieu, Diana Tikasz. and Dr. Jennifer Russel, this session explores the benefits and challenges of EAP programs.
When Depletion Becomes the Norm
Managing Our Energy
The workforce is changing in significant ways. and economists are heralding “the great resignation." In this discussion, Françoise Mathieu, Diana Tikasz. and Dr. Jennifer Russel explore depletion, shifting energy levels, and strategies to rest and refuel.
The Burnout Epidemic
The Rise of Chronic Stress and How We Can Fix It
In this book, Jennifer Moss lays bare the causes of burnout and how organizations can stop the chronic stress cycle that an alarming number of workers suffer through.