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How To Handle Prolonged Grief for Pre-Pandemic Life, According to a Grief Counselor

 

People wade through floodwaters as they move their belongings at a flooded tourist attraction near the Chao Lake in Hefei

China’s poor have to pay the price when natural disasters hit. Image: People wade through floodwaters as they move their belongings at a flooded tourist attraction near the Chao Lake in Hefei, Anhui province, China July 19, 2020. Picture taken July 19, 2020. cnsphoto via REUTERS Full story: https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2020/08/11/asia-pacific/social-issues-asia-pacific/chinas-poor-natural-disasters/

Designing the Digital Workplace for Resilience

he dynamic environment fueled by the COVID-19 crisis caused many leaders to review and overhaul their business strategy. They were forced to re-evaluate their mission and goals, the evolving needs of their employees and how they’d get work done through a newly remote and distributed workforce.

Many businesses made immediate changes to normal operations when the COVID-19 crisis hit, and more than a few have decided they’re never going back. They’ve become used to daily rather than monthly planning cycles and are engaging with customers and employees in new and dynamic ways. A resilient digital workplace strategy will play a central role in their success or failure…

 

How To Handle Prolonged Grief for Pre-Pandemic Life, According to a Grief Counselor

Early on in this pandemic, many found themselves mourning the loss of normalcy that came with abiding by stay-at-home orders to fight the spread of COVID-19. In late March, a Harvard Business Review article explained this constant din of sadness to be grief about the disruption to life as we know it. That was five months ago, though. Even then, while steeped in grief, many still reserved hope that “back to normal” was a stone’s throw away, and hadn’t yet canceled those summer vacation plans or put other long-term life plans on hold. But here we are, still clouded by a mourning that’s grown so pervasive, it’s become more of a prolonged grief that is sadly beginning to feel normal itself…

 

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