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Women's Networking
resilience

What Resilient Women Do

Women supporting each other What resilient women do is on my mind at the moment. My participation inspired me in last week’s BCI WiR USA Chapter panel discussion on Women’s Experience in Business Resilience at All Career Stages. I hope you connect with the Women in Resilience (WiR) group. Otherwise, I anticipate you will ally

Grieving for the victims
resilience

When Resilience Fails

Another mass shooting event this week What do we do when resilience fails? Or maybe, more accurately, it is not nurtured. Like you, I grieve over the multiple shooting events in the US over the past few weeks. On May 24, 2022, 18-year-old Salvador Ramos opened fire at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, United

Emotional Truama
Employee Resilience

Emotional First Aid for Employees

It began with shell shock In this blog, I share emotional first aid for employees and why psychological techniques are translatable to the workplace. But first, let’s talk about shell shock. During World War II, soldiers first coined the phenomenon to describe extreme fatigue, tremor, confusion, nightmares, and impaired sight and hearing they experienced on

Sadness Can Be Helpful
resilience

Feeling Blue Is Good for You

Feeling sad is okay; depression is serious Feeling blue is good for you. It’s a bold statement but stick with me. We can’t all be happy twenty-four-seven, and in fact, some mood swings are natural and necessary in life. It lets us know that we are living and still in the game. To my mind,

Disaster Empire
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