We’ve assembled some useful resources for helping lead yourself and others through the weeks ahead. Hover and click on the links.
Taking care of your mental health in this time of uncertainty
It’s a tense time for most of us. COVID-19 is rapidly changing the way we work, socialise, travel, access healthcare, exercise, shop and live. We know many people are feeling anxious and stressed.
Here are some resources to help you to look after your wellbeing at this time:
- Looking after mental health and wellbeing during COVID-19
- Taking care of your mental health in the face of uncertainty
- Thrive Global: Mental health in a time of pandemic
- Headspace (app): Weathering the storm
Here are some resources to help you to look after the wellbeing of your whanau, community and colleagues:
- NYT: 5 ways to help your community combat coronavirus (while social distancing)
- NZ Herald: How to explain coronavirus to kids – Nanogirl and PM Jacinda Arden
Adjusting to new ways of working
- Leapers: Working well from home under self-quarantine for Coronavirus
- NPR: 8 tips to make working from home work for you
- NYT: How to work from home, if you’ve never done it before
- Business Insider: 4 steps I take to manage my anxiety while working remotely
- HBR: How working parents can prepare for coronavirus closures
Staying connected while physically distancing
- Evening Report NZ: Social distancing can make you lonely. Here’s how to stay connected when you’re in lockdown
- University of Washington: Staying connected – at a distance
Discussion Guide for Virtual Meetings: Questions and resources to help guide your discussions at this time.