Through all of this, we still haven’t addressed the tough parts.
Sure, we’ve offered time off. We’ve told people it’s OK to not be OK. We’ve offered mental health apps for free. Maybe we’ve even offered more significant mental health benefits, or done sessions during the workday on stress and burnout.
What we haven’t done in many cases are the harder things, like creating a culture that is not rewarding all of the things we encourage employees not to do.
I’ve heard it said often that shows like CSI have created this expectation by jurors that they see the DNA evidence, or that there is simple magic in DNA evidence, or poor security camera footage. Turns out, that expectation that the DNA always tells the story, might need to be looked at again: “The only…
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Davey describes something that I’ve seen myself, and know others have seen as well. “The perpetrator will suggest that they are a successful hacker who has not only gained access to your computer but installed malware to record your activity, including taking control of your webcam. What’s more, to validate their hacking credentials, they will…
I think the article is helpful, but this one is the one that I suspect many mangers struggle with. “Model healthy behaviors. Don’t just say you support mental health. Model it so that your team members feel they can prioritize self-care and set boundaries. More often than not, managers are so focused on their team’s…