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Making Sense of the Future After Losing a Job You Love Losing a job is deeply shocking. It is a loss of livelihood: the ability to support ourselves and often our families. But the emotional impact goes beyond financial stress. For many people, work offers valued meanings and relationships and when the work goes, these frequently go with it, prompting our shame and anger as well as sorrow at leaving people, projects, and a place to which we have given a large part of ourselves. In my research I found that those who successfully created new futures for themselves tended to move through their grief and growth in three phases:
10 Signs You’re Overthinking (And What To Do About It) The truth is that everyone overthinks things from time to time. In my therapy office, it is one of the most common things I deal with. People often come in for their appointments saying things like, "I can't relax. It's like my brain won't shut off," or, "I can't stop thinking about how my life could have been better if I'd have done things differently."The more you think about a problem, the worse you feel. And the worse you feel, the harder it is to take positive action because emotions can cloud your judgment.
The Secret to Dealing With Difficult People: It’s About You Do you have someone at work who consistently triggers you? Doesn’t listen? Takes credit for work you’ve done? Wastes your time with trivial issues? Acts like a know-it-all? Can only talk about himself? Constantly criticizes? Each of us has a default lens through which we see the world. We call it reality, but in fact it’s a selective filter. We have the power, to view the world through other lenses. There are three worth trying on when you find yourself defaulting to negative emotions.
Thousands Of New Jobs Are Being Created In Response To The Coronavirus Confirming fears that a massive amount of people would lose their jobs due to the impact of the coronavirus, it has been reported that a record-setting 3,283,000 people have filed for unemployment benefits the week ending March 21. There are reports that the job losses will continue, especially in hard-hit sectors, such as hotels, airlines, restaurants, malls and department stores.
Communicating Through the Coronavirus Crisis In fast-moving and uncertain situations, many leaders face questions they may not even have answers to. As someone who studies crisis communication, I regularly tell my students and clients that you need to communicate early and often with your key constituencies throughout a crisis. Even if you’re still trying to understand the extent of the problem, be honest and open to maintain credibility. Approach the situation with empathy. Put yourself in your constituents’ shoes to understand their anxiety. You will sometimes get it right, and you will often get it wrong, but it is still better to be as transparent as you can.
8 Questions Employers Should Ask About Coronavirus This epidemic is a wake-up call for companies to carefully review the strategies, policies, and procedures they have in place to protect employees, customers, and operations in this and future epidemics. Here are eight questions that companies should ask as they prepare for — and respond to — the spread of the virus.
Got A Bad Boss? How To Handle Your Career "I am miserable at work and have grown to hate my job. I got a new boss, and he's a complete manic. He micromanages me, is loud, yells, and complains about the smallest, irrelevant things. I'm great at my job and have always had terrific job reviews, but this boss does not like me," said Helen
7 Lies You Tell Yourself That Keep You From Succeeding These are untruths any one of us can get trapped in so free yourself to soar.
The Elephant Rope (Belief) A gentleman was walking through an elephant camp, and he spotted that the elephants weren’t being kept in cages or held by the use of chains.
The King and Macaw Parrots Once upon a time, there was a king who had gone to visit neighboring kingdoms. He was gifted a pair of baby Macaw Parrots by the king of the last kingdom where he was visiting.
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