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A new kind of workplace

A new kind of workplace

We know getting back into the office after the shutdown is going to be challenging. But there are things we can do to ease this transition for ourselves and our coworkers or employees—and this is a prime opportunity to rethink what kind of work culture we are creating...

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Staying in the Green Under COVID-19 (Part 2)

Staying in the Green Under COVID-19 (Part 2)

A little while ago, I blogged about Rick Hanson’s Red Brain, Green Brain model and how it can help us to understand mental wellbeing and regulation. I suggested that this model is particularly helpful in understanding why so many people’s mental health is suffering...

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Are we erasing grief?

Are we erasing grief?

What’s the rush? I’ve noticed the conversation online about the pandemic is shifting. After our weeks of shock and vulnerability and honesty, there’s a sheen returning to how people write. So many people have moved on from admitting their sadness and uncertainty and...

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Pandemic Predictions Part Three: Compassion

Pandemic Predictions Part Three: Compassion

This is the third in an ongoing series of posts exploring what might change over the course of this pandemic—not in terms of the virus, but in terms of our personal, professional, and cultural responses. In Canada and all over the world, this pandemic is showing a...

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Pandemic Predictions Part One: Work

Pandemic Predictions Part One: Work

This is the first in an ongoing series of Pandemic Predictions – posts exploring what might change over the course of this pandemic, not in terms of the virus, but in terms of our personal, professional, and cultural responses. I know many people are already...

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From Entrepreneur to Procrastinateur

From Entrepreneur to Procrastinateur

Today I had the exact kind of morning that I don’t like, and I’m wondering if it’s familiar to any of you. I’ve already written about moments of paralysis and anxiety, when you just kind of stop. I’ve written about the need to connect deeply with our own humanity and...

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