Walmsley Employee and Family Assistance Program has created a list of helpful resources related to mental health, coronavirus, government resources, as well as, mindfulness and anxiety reduction tools.
Working with Passive-Aggressive Colleagues (3-part blog) Part 1: 12 Things Passive-Aggresive People Always Do
Today’s blog is the first in a 3-part series on working with passive-aggressive colleagues. Part 1 focuses on common behaviours and expressions used by the passive aggressor
Working with Passive-Aggressive Colleagues (3-part blog) Part 3: What To Do With Passive-Aggressive Colleagues
The most effective approach in dealing with a passive aggressive colleague is to ignore the behavior and pretend you don't notice it.
Most people display passive-aggressive behavior at least occasionally.
As we begin our slow transition into our new normal, there will be those who are less resilient and who struggle to re-engage after weeks of COVID-19 isolation.
Resiliency will be critical over the coming weeks and months as we adjust to our new reality.
During the past several weeks of the Covid-19 pandemic; we have experienced, fear, learning and growth; all of which will help us prepared for this next transitional phase.
Remember, we can consciously and deliberately give ourselves a hug, several times a day, reminding ourselves that this will pass.
Finding ways to connect with others and to engage in enjoyable activities is more important than ever as the health crisis continues.
Tips to Help You Get Through This Difficult and Uncertain Time . Rob Baker, MA, RCC. - Walmsley EFAP
Our survival depends, and has always depended, on us living collectively.