Spirit of Purpose · Stress That Can Determine Success or Failure In the workplace, and all of life, the size and complexity of challenges are not factors that determine whether we flounder or thrive.  The degree to which we believe we are in control is.  The internal belief and feeling that I can take effective action and […]

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Spirit of Purpose · Releasing COVID-19 Generated Loss & Grief Elizabeth Kubler-Ross’ Five Stages of Grief provides a helpful framework for understanding our COVID-19-induced emotional roller-coaster. You’ve probably experienced the shock and denial – you just couldn’t believe this unexpected, tragic thing was happening.  Then feelings of guilt or sadness about your inability to prevent […]

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 If you’re a manager, the probability is high that some members of your team have or will experience burnout. According to Gallup, two thirds of people they studied reported burnout to some degree. Here are 5 things Gallup says managers can do about it. Listen to work related problems. Active listening is an effective […]

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Recent articles on Gallup.com looked at employee burnout. Its effects costs companies big dollars and cents. On the surface, it might appear that demand for high productivity is to blame, but according to Gallup, the problem is more about how people are managed. What are five top things that lead to employee burnout? Unfair treatment: […]

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