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By John Hackston | August 11, 2020 As governments begin lifting COVID-19 restrictions, those enjoying the solitude of remote work may find the transition back to ‘normal’ highly stress. Keeping in mind that people who prefer Introversion compose about half the workforce, that’s enough stressed-out employees to take a serious bite out of job productivity… View Article
By John Hackston | August 18, 2020 Today’s businesses aren’t all just about shareholder values–many measure their performance with a triple bottom line. Profit, yes, but also People (caring for customers, workers and the wider community) and the Planet (caring for the environment). A key aspect of looking after people is inclusion, the process of facilitating full involvement… View Article
By Michael Segovia  |  August 3, 2020 Taking the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) assessment to identify your personality type is an important self-awareness opportunity, but it doesn’t tell the whole story of who you are. This is especially the case for people with growth mindsets. The concept of a growth mindset and its opposite, a fixed mindset, was developed by… View Article
By John Hackston | July 31, 2020 When people survive a traumatic event, while others do not, they often feel survivor guilt, or survivor syndrome. It’s a common symptom of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), occurring when individuals believe — possibly at a subconscious level — that they did not deserve to survive when others perished. Moreover, they may blame themselves for… View Article
SAN FRANCISCO, July 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — MSR Communications, (MSR), a boutique public relations agency and digital marketing firm today announced it has been awarded two Hermes Creative Awards: one Gold and one Platinum for the creation of ‘PR in 1999 and 2019,’ an infographic that showcases the evolution of PR and the media over two decades; and its… View Article
By Kathy Gurchiek | July 14, 2020 COVID-19 has been a source of anxiety and depression for workers who may be worried about job security, reduced hours or wages, dealing with forced isolation, or juggling work and caregiving responsibilities. Some also are wracked with remorse as they continue working while colleagues are laid off or… View Article