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Coronavirus/COVID-19 Resources

For over two years, we’ve had to factor in the challenges of the Coronavirus/ COVID-19 into our daily living and business management.  It hasn’t been easy to balance the need to keep moving forward and protect our individual and collective economic wellbeing against the real life and death health consequences of the pandemic.

Sometimes There Are No Easy Answers

Sometimes there are no easy answers. In life, we’re all looking for the silver bullet. The one thing that will make everything else easier or solvable. However, life is more complicated than that. Rarely are there simple solutions to complex problems. This doesn’t mean we shouldn’t strive for simple solutions wherever we can, but it

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St. Patrick, My Mom, the Pandemic and You

Today is Saint Patrick’s Day. Every year this day makes me think about my mom. She loved to celebrate every holiday but especially this one. One of the things I most admired about my mom was that she spent her life worrying about the needs of other people rather than being myopically focused on her

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What Is Leadership Responsibility?

We need leaders to reclaim the positive leadership narrative and model responsible behavior. We need leaders in charge who genuinely care about other people and want to make the world a better place.

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    Favorite Articles

  • Overcoming stigma: Three strategies toward better mental health in the workplace

    Employees are worried about their mental health as they return to the workplace after the COVID-19 pandemic. Stigma can exacerbate their concerns, but employers can thwart its impact.

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  • History Lessons- Adam Tooze

    For a historian, Adam Tooze spends a lot of time thinking about the present, and the immediate future, of our economic and geopolitical systems. Born and educated in Britain, the 54-year-old professor teaches at Columbia University. His early works included a definitive economic history of Nazi Germany, The Wages of Destruction, and a history of World War I. […]

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  • 5 Things High-Performing Teams Do Differently

     New research suggests that the highest-performing teams have found subtle ways of leveraging social connections during the pandemic to fuel their success. The findings offer important clues on ways any organization can foster greater connectedness — even within a remote or hybrid work setting — to engineer higher-performing teams. Doing so takes more than simply hiring […]

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    Helpful Websites

  • The National Law Review

    A group of in-house attorneys developed the National Law Review online edition to create an easy to use resource to capture legal trends and news as they first start to emerge.  We were looking for a better way to organize, vet and easily retrieve all the updates that were being sent to us on a daily […]

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  • Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center

    This website is a resource to help advance the understanding of the virus, inform the public, and brief policymakers in order to guide a response, improve care, and save lives.

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  • McKinsey Quarterly

    combines powerful insights from McKinsey with ideas from other world-leading experts and practitioners to help readers stay at the cutting edge of management thought, become more effective leaders, and boost the performance of their organizations

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