5 results for tag: Katharine P. Stallard


Having an Old-fashioned Nervous Breakdown Might Be a Good Thing

Should the term "nervous breakdown" be embraced again? One of my (Michael’s) favorite journalists, Jerry Useem, provides a fascinating look at the history of the nervous breakdown in this article he wrote for The Atlantic titled “Bring Back the Nervous ...
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Remote Work, Rising Stress and the Critical Need for Connection

Increased remote work time and rising stress levels make the need for human connection urgent. This is one of the downsides of the pandemic that we are starting to feel. Connection with others protects the emotional and physical health of individuals and ...
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Protecting Remote Workers’ Productivity and Performance

Practically overnight the vast majority of office workers became remote workers when social distancing measures put in place in March to slow the spread of the Covid-19 virus dramatically changed the way we go about our days. If that was you, over the last ...
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Protecting Employees from COVID-19 through Connection

How can we protect people in the workplace so they don’t contract COVID-19? The Centers for Disease Control just released guidelines for offices that include temperature and symptom checks; encouraging employees who have COVID-19 symptoms or sick family ...
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Why Relational Connection is So Important During the Coronavirus Pandemic

The novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in the need for social distancing, quarantine and isolation so that vulnerable individuals are not exposed to the virus and healthcare systems are not overwhelmed. Collectively, we understand the goodness ...
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