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July 19, 2021
How can we ensure children’s mental health and well-being is stable amidst lock-down?

Children are not small sized adults. Children’s physical, cognitive and emotional skills are still developing. So, children are more likely to express their feelings through their behavior than through words. Play and expressive arts are good ways to help children manage their feelings. Make these activities a part of a child’s day, whether during lock-down or not.

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July 19, 2021
Is this the beginning of the end for Management by Walking Around?

The changes that the pandemic has brought including greater acceptance and efficiency in remote working, increased reliance on robotics, more automation in supply chains and, as we are now seeing, fewer people at the workplace for managers to walk around to see.

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February 23, 2021
Change: Make it happen, managing it part II

Change is a part of being alive.  There’s no escaping it.  In the time it takes you to read this[…]

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January 25, 2021
Change Management: New Year Change Messages – Part 1

The New Year is a time to think about changes. But, change is always a part of being alive. There’s[…]

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December 5, 2020
Never underestimate the power of denial: Here’s how to counter it

What is the most common reaction when someone is given bad news? “No!” “It can’t be!” This is denial at work. Denial is primitive and unconscious. It is the little child squeezing their eyes closed, hiding under the blanket, thinking that if they can’t see the monster, the monster will disappear. It is the adult who does not ask the doctor to examine a growing sore on their skin, hoping it will go away on its own.

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December 4, 2020
Use your power to empower others

I try to model good work ethic for those whom I supervise. But when does a leader stop being a model for others and start to become an excuse for them to do nothing?

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