Resiliency is also sorely needed in the workplace, especially in these times of uncertainty, anxiety and economic worries amid the pandemic. Resiliency isn’t the same as stress management. It’s more proactive, teaching people to build ability and skills so they’re prepared for the next crisis, and the one after that.
As universities across the country decided how to approach the fall academic school year during the pandemic, a common theme was how supervisors should prepare professors for remote or hybrid teaching. The challenges they encountered ranged from learning how to use video communication platforms like Zoom, to Internet connectivity problems, to what professors should do with their children while they were teaching.
As health officials urge everyone to stay close to home and limit contact with people outside their households during the winter holidays to stop the spread of the coronavirus, many workers are reluctant to use their PTO—even after they postponed summer vacation plans.
Spelling and grammar mistakes are at the top of his list to explain why a job applicant’s resume lands in the trash.