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May 21, 2020

Embracing Optimism

Now more than ever seems both a challenging and imperative time to embrace optimism. Not in spite of reality, but because of it. That’s not to say we should take up living in denial of the unknowns, worries, and stressors of life during global pandemic. Instead, it’s to say that we stand to gain richly Read More »

May 7, 2020

Cyber Attacks Are on the Rise – Are You Protected?

As states start to ease social-distancing measures, an increased number of employees (and students) will still continue to work from home. And with this sustained rise in working from home comes increased cyber-threats. After all, cybercriminals are at home too – and they’ve been busy coming up with new scams and exposing security vulnerabilities. Many Read More »

April 23, 2020

Remote Workers: Time to Lead

By now, we’re accustomed to hearing that these are unprecedented — not to mention unnerving — times. The rapid and extensive spread of COVID-19 has upended businesses, economies, and lives. With mounting numbers of cities adopting shelter-in-place or similar mandates, more and more employees are working from home and at risk for being disconnected from Read More »

April 9, 2020

Staying Inside? Stay Active.

While we’re home and barely venturing out—if at all—it can be tempting to become more sedentary than before. No coffee meet-ups, dinner dates, working out with a friend, or getting those laps in at the pool. And while dealing with the initial shock, emotional processing, and grief for our “old” way of life is healthy Read More »