Category: workplace wellbeing
Who’s in your sleigh? A reflection for a smoother ride.
We don’t always get to choose who we we work with, or even live with, but we can choose to be open, accepting and thankful. In my family, we are all very different, but we are all Fords. And we always be: diversity is a reality, but inclusion is a choice.
One Crisis, Three Questions
Going into Week 8 of confinement, how’s the morale? I don’t know for you, but for me it’s been such a roller-coaster of emotions! Sometimes, I feel short-tempered and irritable (especially when watching the news or reading other people’s reactions to government decisions). Then I swing to frustration at not being able to go running…
Clarity in confinement?
It’s important to say things as they are. Love is the opposite of avoidance. And so, it is important to be able to say things as they are, beginning with our fears. (Boris Sirbey) I read that piece of wisdom this morning in a LinkedIn article entitled Le hamster épris de ciel bleu (The Hamster…