Change is inevitable both personally and in the workplace and can be particularly stressful when it occurs so quickly. Remote workers must have the clarity, support, and resources needed to remain focused and connected working from home, while managers and leaders must also be mindful of the resistance to change and apprehension likely being experienced by many during these times.
Consider This:National Institute of Mental Health
Keep in touch with people who can provide emotional support and practical help. To reduce stress, ask for help from friends, family, and community or religious organizations.
Creating Your Circle of Trust
Rebounding When Resilience Wears Down
Three Mindsets to Embrace Change
Beware of Adaptability Demons
Reach Outside Your Comfort Zone
Why Does Trying New Things Feel Uncomfortable?
Change: Deal With It
Making the Complex Simple
Invest in the Process, Not the Outcome
Embrace Whatever Comes Along
How to Be As Resilient As a Daruma Doll
Turn Stress Into Positive Pressure
To Adapt, Change Your Vantage Point
The Importance of Change
A Challenge Is an Opportunity
The Role of the Amygdala: The Almond Effect
How to Increase Resilience
Metagility: Managing Agile Development for Competitive Advantage
Bouncing Back: Rewiring Your Brain for Maximum Resilience and Well-Being
Resilience: Powerful Practices for Bouncing Back from Disappointment, Difficulty, and Even Disaster
Building Resilience for Success: A Resource for Managers and Organizations
Forging Ahead with Perseverance and Resilience
Organizations Change So Get Ready
Navigating Challenging Situations with Diplomacy and Tact
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