It feels like a chapter from a Stephen King thriller, doesn’t it?
I don’t think any of us had this in mind as we headed into 2020. And, here we are.
You may or may not know I was a family therapist and crisis counselor in my previous career. During my time in that role a small community was shaken to the core by a disgruntled citizen in an creatively armored bulldozer, wildfires that devastated our homes, and workplace and school shootings shook our sense of safety to the core.
Mental health and the capacity for resilience is critical for our survival right now. The good news? Your ability to acknowledge your own and other’s emotions is a built-in ability most people have.
While an in person, one-on-one strategic brainstorming session isn’t on the table right now, I am offering advice for leaders to support you as you take the most important action you can right now as a leader.