Employee Resources - Working from Home during COVID-19 Weekly Highlights
Below are a few highlights from this week's Employee Resources - Working from Home during COVID-19 update! To review more resources, supports and training recommendations, please visit the Employee Resources - COVID-19 page on MyMohawk.
Health and Wellness
Learn how to:
- Reframe fear from an anchor to an opportunity.
- Take caution from bridging fear to failure.
- Focus on the power of intention to move through failure.
- Create momentum by recognizing finished accomplishments.
- Flourish in life by making healthy micro decisions over and over with intention.
Working from Home
Interruptions have always been a reality of work, as meetings, text or chat messages, emails, and conversations with coworkers endlessly fragment our time and thus our attention. As the Covid-19 global pandemic forced many of us to work from home, the concurrent management of work/non-work responsibilities have added to this already fragmented time.
Develop a plan to manage your daily interruptions!
Family and Social Connections
Steps you can take to mitigate your love affair with your electronic devices and invest in real human relationships.
By necessity, millions of remote working people have become wedded to their wireless technology, unable to walk the line when it comes to their devices. Yes, technology has saved us during COVID-19, but we still need to free ourselves up with healthy work/life balance.
Leading in Times of Change and Uncertainty
Knowing how to support someone in struggle can feel overwhelming and complex. How we choose to respond can have a tremendous impact on whether the conversation continues. This recorded session incorporates selected exercises and summarized lessons derived from the workplace workshop ‘Supporting Through Struggle: How to have Supportive Conversations’.
We take a deeper dive into how to foster connection and create safety in workplace relationships. We focus on fostering key skills and practices to help you feel equipped to create safety and support in conversation with colleagues, employees, and peers. In addition, we practice strengthening key interpersonal skills that help to support someone emotionally, socially and practically.