Managing through the pandemic – Resources Round-up #4 – How Leaders Reframe Difficult Situations to get the best out of their staff
Resolve to make sense out of unusual or difficult circumstances and get the best out of your staff. In this post, I am recommending ways to use metaphors to help your staff become stronger and more resilient to meeting long-term pandemic-related challenges.
Managing During and After the Pandemic – The Power of Empathy for Staff and Yourself – Resources Round-up #3
The Round Up is a regular offering by The Manager’s Boot Camp of various key resources with tips, tools and ideas to help you manage and lead through the pandemic crisis: Managing People – The powerful link between empathy and motivation in the workplace; Managing the Work –Consider what changes you want to keep after the pandemic; Managing Yourself – Establish a routine to help you stay resourceful and resilient.
The Round Up is a regular offering by The Manager’s Boot Camp of various key resources with tips, tools and ideas to help you manage and lead through the pandemic crisis. There is a theme of resilience woven through the topics suggested in this round-up: How do we strive to understand what we are experiencing during these unprecedented times, and how is it affecting everything we assumed or took for granted? How do we recognize, adopt and master the new ideas, approaches and values that are best to keep, and release those that are not? More to come on this next week.
The resources shared this week include: Managing People – the value of compassion in the workplace Managing the Work – getting more out of your online or conference call meetings Managing Yourself – to be there for other people, take time to look after yourself ...
Tips on how to evaluate whether your management team can rise up to meet new challenges, or if it is time to restructure and hire a COO.