In these extraordinary times, we want you to know we’re here for you, and we believe we are better together. To support you and your team, our behavioral scientists and researchers have curated and developed evidence-based resources.
With activities, guides, articles, videos, and podcasts, we hope you can use these resources to shape the behaviors, mindsets, and skills needed for navigating uncertainty and for adjusting to new remote work arrangements.
These resources are available to everyone anytime, anywhere, and through any device, to help you focus, connect, and thrive:
Recommended areas of focus:
Develop a sense of control, make clear-minded decisions, and prioritize self-care.
Manage negative emotions, defuse tense interactions, and leverage compassion and support through adversity.
Become more effective while working remotely, nurture relationships from afar, and support distributed teams.
Discover how people are feeling about work, life, stress, and more in our COVID-19 survey of 2,100 workers.
We are navigating a period of prolonged uncertainty. If we’re not careful, chronic stress over an extended period of time can drain our energy and diminish our ability to stay balanced, grounded, and optimistic.
Humans are social creatures. And in challenging times like the COVID-19 crisis, it’s more important than ever that we come together to support each other.
Tumultuous times can spark significant, unforeseen, and sometimes painful changes within organizations. These shake-ups - including layoffs and reorgs - often require difficult tradeoffs in the pursuit of the organization’s mission and values.
Major disruptions such as the COVID-19 pandemic create dramatic shifts in “business as usual.” For example, you might come back to an office space that is more spread out and the dynamics of your interactions with your colleagues may change.
Globally, organizations of all kinds are currently in a state of challenge and change. In this environment, your career may feel unsettled.